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Etone S7 ate 
The metal in which the coins are struck is indicated thus: — 
Al=gold, AR=silver, AZ=copper or bronze. 
El=Electrum (an alloy of gold and silver). 
B!=Billon (an alloy of silver and copper). 

Care is taken to describe accurately the condition of coins and medals, 
using the following scale: Extremely fine, Very fine, Fine, and Good, Where 
no condition is stated it may be assumed that the coins and medals are not 
in good condition. 


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Catalogue of 


the GORDON V. DOUBLEDAY COLLECTION of 


COINS OF EDWARD Ill 


(1327 to 1377) 


Days of Sale 


WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, 
7th & 8th JUNE, 1972 


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FOREWORD 


THIS catalogue lists the most valuable and comprehensive collection of coins 
of Edward III ever offered for sale. Gordon Doubleday’s interest in the 
reign goes back for more than forty years, and his collection has increased 
steadily over this period; stimulated from time to time by events which have 
caused his cabinet to attain world-wide recognition. 


The most important landmark was his purchase in 1950 of all the 
available gold coins from the collection of the late Dr. L. A. Lawrence 
through the consideration of the doctor’s numismatic executors, and the 
offices of the present cataloguers. However, an important event had 
occurred before this in 1940, when the Bredgar Hoard (N.C. 1947, pp. 160- 
170) was unearthed conveniently near Doubleday’s old home in Kent, and 
he subsequently was able to purchase a few coins from it. During the last 
twenty years or so Mr. Doubleday has been most fortunate in being given 
the first offer of coins from the specialist collections of Messrs. E. J. 
Winstanley, D. Mangakis and W. J. W. Potter. He was also able to acquire 
many pieces from the Raymond Carlyon-Britton collection, and in the sale 
room from the C. A. Whitton, L. A. Lawrence, V. J. E. Ryan and R. C. 
Lockett collections. 


The catalogue has followed Lawrence’s ‘“‘Coinage of Edward III from 
1351-1377” in layout, and the coins are listed under group, denomination, 
and mint respectively. The gold coins are offered in single lots which are 
all illustrated, by denomination rather than in lot order, so that future 
reference to dies may be made easier. Every gold coin has been carefully 
checked with the British Museum collection so that the Lawrence numbers 
given are as accurate as possible. This applies particularly to the Pre- 
Treaty and Transitional issues, for the later series contain so many similar 
dies that it is difficult to ascribe a specific number to some of them, as 
reference to Lawrence will show. Cataloguing the silver coins so thoroughly 
would make for far too much repetition, apart from the time factor, and 
relatively few of the silver coins have been illustrated in the catalogue, 
bearing in mind that the British Numismatic Society has already recognized 
the importance of recording them and has had them all photographed with 
the aid of the Schneider Fund. Prints are available and may be ordered 
from the cataloguers or the auctioneers at £17.00 per set (29 pairs). 
Cheques should be made payable to the British Numismatic Society. At a 
later date individual prints will be available at 60p a pair. 


Undoubtedly the great strength of the collection lies in the extensive 
number of mules contained in it, by which the whole coinage of the period 
was originally put into sequence. Assessing the rarity of specialist pieces 
in a collection such as this is not easy, and in particular the great rarity 
and historic significance of some of these mules. ‘The problem is aggravated 
by the fact that many coins have been mis-catalogued in the past. J. J. 
North’s “English Hammered Silver Coinage’ gives illustrations of the 
initial crosses and lettering, and tabulates for easy reference the differences 


between the numerous issues. Lawrence’s work on the reign from 1351 
was published originally in the Numismatic Chronicle 1926, pp. 417-469; 
1929, pp. 106-168; 1932, pp. 96-174; and 1933, pp. 15-79: and later in 
1937 with D. F. Allen’s supplement in a book which is now, unfortunately, 
hard to obtain. Also published in the Numismatic Chronicle are Potter’s 
papers on the silver (N.C. 1960, pp. 137-181 and 1962, pp. 201-204) and 
gold (N.C. 1963, pp. 107-128 and 1964, pp. 305-318) which make useful 
comment on Lawrence’s work; sometimes, but not always, making for a 


much easier understanding of some of the problems of this complicated 
reign. 


It has been found hardly possible, on account of space, to give all the 
pedigrees. The gold coins marked + are from the Lawrence collection and 
the provenances of the silver can be learned from Doubleday’s tickets, 
which are in themselves an exercise in neatness. 


Lawrence illustrated many of his own specimens when writing his book, 
and Potter invariably used his own coins when illustrating his articles, so 
it is no wonder that many of Doubleday’s coins will already be found to 
have been illustrated in other works. 


Many years of careful searching was necessary to bring together the 
four matching Roberts cabinets in which the collection now offered was 
contained: and finally Mr. Doubleday admits to feeling deeply the loss of 
his friend Mr. Albert Baldwin, with whom he associated so closely during 
his years of collecting Edward HI. 


PETER MITCHELL, 
A. H. BALDWIN & SONS, LTD. 


GLENDINING & CO. 


CATALOGUE of the 


Gordon V, Doubleday Collection of 
COINS OF EDWARD III 


First Day’s Sale 
Wednesday, 7th June, 1972 


commencing at 1 p.m. precisely 


GOLD COINS 


All are illustrated, by denomination; coins from the 
L. A. Lawrence Collection are marked *. 


THIRD COINAGE (1344-51) 


Second Period (1344-46) 


(136-7 grains to the noble) 
Lot 


1 Quarter-noble, oby. shield in tressure of six arches (as against eight 
arches of the Post-1351 issues), EDWAR REX ANGL Z FRANC D HYB, 
inverted apostrophe stops, rev. floreate cross, L in centre, 
tressure of single line only, double saltire stops, broad plain 
lettering both sides, 33-6 grains (N.1109; S.898). A little bent, 
extremely fine and excessively rare, perhaps the finest of the 
known specimens (No. 2 of the four listed by Potter); ex Lockett 
(1224). 


Third Period (1346-51) 
(128-6 grains to the noble) 


2+ Noble, obv. king in ship with bowsprit behind forecastle, ED/WwaR D 
GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC DNS HyYB, normal lettering with chevron- 
barred A, double saltire stops, rev. IHC TRANSIEN PER MEDIVM 
ILLORVM IBAT (AVTEM Omitted: it does not appear until Fourth 
(1351) Coinage, Series B, when it is omitted on one rare die (see 
lot 19)), large lettering, double saltire stops and large E in 
centre, 127-7 grains (N.1110; $.899). Figure of king a little 
woolly, otherwise very fine and full, No. 7 of the fourteen 
specimens listed by Potter. 


£1,250.00 


£650.00 


£180.00 


£1,300.00 


£115.00 


£210.00 


£190.00 


£100.00 


£540.00 


6 
LOF 


3+ Noble, a similar coin from different dies reading TRANSIENS, 117-3 
grains (N.1110; $.899). Pierced (lo’clock) and obverse scratched 
but fine, No. 8 of the fourteen specimens listed by Potter. The 
coin does not appear to have been clipped and, as the piercing 
could not account for a loss of 11 grains, it is suggested by 
Lawrence (pp. 7-8, notes) and Potter (pp. 113-16) that this coin, 
together with Potter No. 6, was struck in accordance with the 
order of 1351, i.e. 120 grains to the noble, from heavy dies. 


4 Noble, a similar coin but with large lettering both sides and bow- 
sprit passing through forecastle, 125-2 grains (N.1110; S.899). 
Extremely fine, No. 13 of the fourteen specimens listed by 
Potter: ex FE. C. Carter. 


5+ Quarter-noble, obv. EDWAR R ANGL Z FRANC D HyB, shield in tressure 
of six arches, rev. floreate cross, E in centre, double line to 
tressure, normal lettering with chevron-barred A and double 
saltire stops both sides (N.1112; $.901). Traces of crack, very 
fine and rare. 


67 Quarter-noble, a similar coin from different dies (N.1112; $.901). 
Very fine and rare. 


7 Quarter-noble, oby. same die as last, rev. a similar die to last (N.1112; 
S.901). Some weakness in legends but almost very fine, rare. 


8 Quarter-noble, same die as last (N.1112; S.901). Surface cracks, other- 
wise very fine, rare. 


FOURTH COINAGE (1351-77) 
(120 grains to the noble) 


Pre-Treaty Period (1351-61) 
Series A 


(I1.m. Cross pattée; round lettering with Lombardic M and N, 
double saltire stops.) 
No true gold coins known; nobles and half-nobles only are 
known as reverse die mules with Series B (see lots 9-15) and 
Series C (see lots 28-30). 


Series B/A 


9 Noble, obv. ED/WAD DEI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC D HYBE, two A’s 
barred (not as noted by LAL), no stops, three lis in shield, lis 
on ship 1-2-2-2, ropes 3-3, quatrefoils 5-4, rev. IHC TRANSIENS 
PER MEDIVM ILLORVM IBAT, AVTEM omitted (normal) as on the 
two earlier issues (see lots 2-4 for 1346 issues) and florin, double 
saltire stops, lis (by lion’s tail) in 2nd quarter (LAL dies C/3; 
N.1139; S.903). Better than very fine, extremely rare. 


Lor 


10¢ Noble, obv. reads E/DWARD and Hys, four A’s barred and annulet £550.00 
stops, three lis in shield, lis on ship 2-2-2-2 (not as noted by 
LAL), ropes 3-3, quatrefoils 4-3, rev. similar with E in centre 
reversed and lis in 2nd quarter (LAL dies D/4; N.1139; S.903). 
A little irregular and reverse with two small spade marks, but 
very fine, extremely rare. 


11+ Half-noble, oby. E/DWAR D GRA REX ANGL Z FRA D HYB, annulet stops, £46.00 
three lis in shield, lis on ship 2-1-2, ropes 3-3, quatrefoils 3-3, 
rev. DOMINE NE IN FURORE TVO ARGVAS M (E omitted), double 
saltire stops, E in centre reversed, lis (by lion’s tail) in 2nd 
quarter and in the 5th spandril (LAL No. 2; N.1140; S.909). 
Edge hammered, otherwise fine, rare. 


12+ Half-noble, oby. a similar die to last, rev. legend and stops as last £190.00 
but reads mg, E in centre upright, lis (by lion’s tail) in 4th 
quarter (LAL No. 3; N.1140; S.909). A litle small but very fine, 
rare. 


13 Half-noble, oby. similar to last but reads Hy and no stops by D, rev. £200.00 
similar to last with double saltire at beginning of legend and lis 
in 2nd quarter (LAL No. 4 var./No. 6 var.; N.1140; S.909). 
Almost very fine, rare. 


14+ Half-noble, similar to last but oby. with stops by D and rev. without £85.00 
double saltire at beginning of legend (LAL No. 5; N.1140; 
S.909). Has been bent and straightened, fine and rare. 


15+ Half-noble, obv. reads ED/WaAR and HyB, lis on ship 2-2-1 and quatre- £170.00 
foils 3-2, rev. as lot 13 but reads arcvs (LAL No. 6; N.1140; 
S.909). Almost very fine, rare. 


Series B 


(I.m. Cross I, open C and E, Roman M and N.) 


Half-nobles are only known as obverse die mules with Series A 
(see lots 11-15). 


16+ Noble, obv. ED/WARD DEI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC D HyB, two A’s £210.00 
barred and annulet stops, three lis in shield, lis on ship 1-2-2-1 
(not as noted by LAL), ropes 3-3, quatrefoils 5-4, rev. THES 
AVTEM TRANCIENS PER MEDIV ILLORV IBAT, double annulet stops, 
lis in 2nd quarter (LAL dies A/8 var.?; N.1138; $.902). Reverse 
a little off-centre, very fine and rare. 


17+ Noble. oby. same die as last, rev. similar to last but reads INE and £150.00 
IBA, no stop after PER (LAL dies A/9; N.1138; S.902). Edge 
crack, otherwise very fine and full, rare. 


8 
Lor 


£130.00 18} Noble, obv. similar to last two coins but four A’s barred in legend, 
lis on ship 2-2-2-1 and quatrefoils 4-3, rev. a similar die to lot 
16 (LAL dies B/8 var.?; N.1138; §.902). Minor spade marks on 
obverse, otherwise very fine but small, rare. 


£380.00 19 Noble, oby. same die as lot 9 (a later striking with flaw in ED/WAD 
and some rusting), rev. IHC TRANCIENS PER MEDIVM ILLOREM 
IBAT AM (AVTEM omitted as on earlier issues, AM added at end 
of legend), lis in 2nd quarter (LAL dies C/6; N.1138 var.; 
S.902). Very fine and full (a little irregular), an extremely rare 
variety. 


£135.00 20+ Noble, oby. same die as lots 9 and 19, rev. a similar but different die 
to both lots 16 and 18 (LAL dies C/8; N.1138; S.902). Spade 
mark on reverse, almost very fine, rare. 


£210.00 21+ Noble, oby. same dies as lots 9, 19 and 20, rev. similar to lot 20 but 
with single annulet stops (LAL dies C/11*; N.1138; S.902). 
Slightly bent and small, very fine and rare. 


£190.00 22 Noble, oby. E/DWARD DEI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC D HIB, A’s unbarred, 
annulet stops, four lis in shield, lis on ship 2-2-2-1, ropes 3-3, 
quatrefoils 4-3, rev. same die as last (LAL dies E/11*; N.1138; 
S.902). A little small, very fine and rare. 


£38.00 23+ Quarter-noble, obv. EDWAR D G REX ANGL Z FRAE (not as noted by 
LAL) D HyB, annulet stops (not by z), shield with pellet below 
in tressure of eight arches, rev. EXALTABITVR IN GLORIA A, double 
annulet stops (last single), closed E in centre (LAL No. 1/2; 
N.1141; $.913). Cracked, fine and rare. 


£85.00 24+ Quarter-noble, obv. EDWAR R ANGL Z FRANC D HYBER, annulet stops 
(not by z), pellet below shield, rev. similar to last (LAL No. 3; 
N.1141; S.913). Very fine but traces of creasing on obverse, 
rare. 


£18.00 25 Quarter-noble, obv. EDWAR D G REX ANGL Z FRANC, annulet stops, 
pellet below shield, rev. EXALTABITVR IN GLORIA AN, single annu- 
let stops (last double) (LAL No. 5; N.1141; S.913). Plugged 
and has been mounted, otherwise fine, rare. 


£160.00 26+ Quarter-noble, obv. same die as last, rev. EXALTABITVR IN GHLORIA, 
double annulet stops (at end of legend; reading and stops not as 
noted by LAL) (LAL No. 6; N.1141; S.913). Obverse slightly 
scraped, almost extremely fine, rare. 


Lor 


27+ Quarter-noble, obv. similar to last, reads FRAN, rev. EXALTABITVR IN 
GLORIA, double annulet stops (LAL No. 7; N.1141; S.913). 
Slightly bent, almost very fine. 


Series C/A 


28+ Half-noble, obv. E/DWAR DEI G REX ANGL Z FRANC D, annulet stops, 
four lis in shield, lis on ship 1-1-1, ropes 3-3, quatrefoils 3-3, 
rev. DOMINE NE IN FVRORE TVO ARGVAS ME, double saltire stops, 
lis (by lion’s tail) in 2nd quarter and in 8th spandril (LAL No. 
1, the reverse die is noted as not found with the earlier (Series 
B) obverse; N.1145; S.910). Very fine, reverse with traces of 
overstriking, very rare. 


29 Half-noble, oby. same die as last, rev. similar to last but omits ME 
and lis (by lion’s tail) in Ist quarter only (LAL No. 1/—; 
N.1145; S.910). Slightly off-centre, very fine and very rare. 


30 Half-noble, oby. similar to last two coins but lis on ship 1-1-2, rev. 
same die as lot 28 (LAL No. 2; N.1145; S.910). Slight crack 
and reverse double-struck, fine and very rare. 


Series B/C 


31+ Noble, obv. same die as lot 10, rev. IHC AVTEM TRANCIENS P MEDIVM 
ILLORVM IBAT, annulet stops, open E in centre, lis in 2nd quar- 
ter (LAL dies D/19; N.1138/1144; S.903/904). Cracked but 
fine and very rare. 


32 Noble, obv. same die as lot 22, rev. similar to last but reads IHESV 
AVTEM TRANCIENS PER MEDIV ILLORV IBAT (LAL dies E/12; 
N.1138/1144; S.903/904). Almost very fine (dull), very rare; 
ex Lockett (2999). 


33+ Noble, obv. same dies as lots 22 and 32, rev. a similar die to lot 31 
with closed E in centre (LAL dies E/26 var.; N.1138/1144; 
S.903/904). Obverse off-centre, very fine and very rare. 


34. Noble, ody. similar to last but lis on ship 1-2-2-1 and quatrefoils 4 
and 5, rev. similar to last but reads 1pa (LAL dies F/24; 
N.1138/1144; $.903/904). Very fine and round, very rare. 


£58.00 


£200.00 


£190.00 


£70.00 


£110.00 


£190.00 


£280.00 


£340.00 


£70.00 


£420.00 


£62.00 


£82.00 


£90.00 


£190.00 


£220.00 


£180.00 


£160.00 


£220.00 


10 
Series C 


(I.m. Cross 1; closed C and E, Lombardic M, Roman N, 
wedge-tailed R.) 


Half-nobles only known as obverse die mules with Series A (see 
lots 28-30) and Series E (see lot 48); quarter-nobles only known 


as reverse die mules with Series B. 
Lor 


35+ Noble, obv. E/DWARD DEI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC D HyB, annulet stops 
(one misplaced in FR ANC), four lis in shield, lis on ship 1-1-1-1, 
ropes 3-3, quatrefoils 4-5, rev. a similar die to lot 31 (LAL dies 
G/20; N.1144; $.904). Cracked, about fine. 


36+ Noble. ody. similar to last but annulet not misplaced and quatrefoils 
4-4, rey. a similar die to lot 32 (LAL dies H/13; N.1144; S.904). 
Almost mint state, rare thus. 


37+ Noble, oby. same die as last, rev. same die as lot 31 (LAL dies H/19; 
N.1144; S.904). Almost very fine but plugged (5 o'clock). 


38+ Noble, obv. similar to lots 36 and 37, YB ligulate and quatrefoils 5-5, 
rey. a similar die to lot 36, reads InES (LAL dies I/16; N.1144; 
S.904). Edge crack and scraped both sides, but fine and full. 


39 Noble, oby. similar to last, YB not ligulate and lis on ship 1-2-2-1 
(not as noted by LAL), rev. a similar die to lot 35 (LAL dies 
K/23; N.1144; S.904). Almost very fine. 


40+ Noble, obv. same die as last, rev. similar to lot 33 but reads IBaT (A 
unbarred), the crown punch is broken (LAL dies K/29; N.1144; 
8.904). Very fine. 


41 Noble, oby. similar to lot 36 but reads Hy and lis on ship 1-2-2-1, two 
outer ropes to prow long (noted in error to die P by LAL, see 
Pl, AVI/15), rey. a simular die to lot 33 GLA dies, M/26; 
N.1144; S$.904). A little small, extremely fine and toned. 


42+ Noble, obv. same die as last, rev. similar to last, reads MEDIVM ILLORV 
IBAT (LAL dies M/27**; N.1144; S.904). Very fine. 


43+ Noble, oby. similar to lot 36 but three lis in shield and lis on ship 
2-2-2-2 (not as noted by LAL), stern ropes showing above 
crown, rev. same die as lot 34 (LAL dies N/24; N.1144; $.904). 
Very fine, a little small. 


44+ Noble. obv. similar to last but reads ED/WaRD and quatrefoils 5-4, 
rev. same die as lot 42 (LAL dies O/27**; N.1144; §.904). 
Very fine. 


11 


Series C/D 


See note under Series D heading. 
Lot 


45 Noble, obv. same die as lot 43, rev. IHC AVTEM TRANCIENS P MEDIVM 
ILLORCM IBAT, annulet stops, small E in centre, lis in 2nd 
quarter (LAL N/—; N.1151; S.905). Odverse slightly double- 
struck at lower edge but very fine, reverse extremely fine, ex- 
cessively rare. 


46+ Noble, same dies as last (LAL N/—; N.1151; S.905). Reverse weak 
in 4th quarter but very fine, excessively rare. 


Series D 


(1.m. Cross 1 from damaged punch; closed C and E, Lombardic 
M, Roman WN and curly-tailed R.) 


No true gold coins known: nobles only are known as reverse 
die mules with Series C (see lots 45-46). 


Series B/E 


47+ Quarter-noble, obv. same die as lot 25, rev. EXALTABITVR IN GHLORIA, 
annulet stop only after IN (LAL No. 11 var.; N.1141/1162; 
S.915). Almost extremely fine, extremely rare. 


Series C/E 


48 Noble, obv. same die as lots 39 and 40, rev. IHE AVICM TRANCIENS P 
MEDIVM ILLORVM 1IBaT, fork-tailed R, annulet stops, small E 
in centre, lis in 3rd quarter (LAL dies K/35 var.; N.1144/1160; 
S.904/906). Very fine and rare. 


49+ Noble, obv. same die as lots 41 and 42, rev. IHC AVTEM TRANCICNS P 
MEDIV ILLORVM IBAT, V of ILLORVM cut over C (or E) and 
curly-tailed R of Series D, annulet stops (omitted after mEDIV), 
small E in centre prone (not noted by LAL), lis in 2nd quarter 
(LAL dies M/33; N.1144/1160; S.904/906). Very fine and 
rare. 


50+ Noble, obv. same dies as lot 43, 45 and 46, rev. IHC AVTEM TRANCIENS 
P MEDIVM ILLORVM IBAT, fork-tailed R, annulet stops (after 
IBAT), small E in centre, lis in 2nd quarter (LAL dies N/34; 
N.1144/1160; S.904/906). Small, obverse very fine, reverse ex- 
tremely fine, very rare. 


£1,150.00 


£1,400.00 


£360.00 


£250.00 


£190.00 


£270.00 


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£140.00 Slt Noble, oby. same die as lot 44, rev. similar to last but with curly- 
tailed R of Series D, no annulet after 1pAT and lis in 1st quarter 
(LAL dies O/32; N.1144/1160; S.904/906). Very fine but 
creased (traces of crack), rare. 


£280.00 52+ Noble, oby. same die as lots 44 and 51, rev. same die as lot 49 (LAL 
dies O/33; N.1144/1160; S.904/906). Very fine and rare. 


£230.00 53} Half-noble, oby. same die as lot 30, rev. DOMINE NC IN RVRORE TVO 
AROVAS ME, Lombardic N and fork-tailed R, double saltire 
stops (omitted after DOMINE), small E in centre, lis in 2nd 
quarter (LAT, Pl. XVI, 25, this com: N.11452 S:910/911). 
Obverse off-centre, fine and reverse very fine, only one other 
specimen of this mule known (B.M.). 


Series E 


(I.m. Cross 2; flat-topped C and E, later broken at bottom, 
R_ with curly tail (Series D), horizontal tail or forked tail 
(normal). 


Quarter-nobles are only known as reverse die mules with 
Series B (see lot 47) or Series G (see lots 81-84). 


£125.00 54+ Noble, obv. E/DWARD DEI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC D HIB, horizontal 
wedge-tailed R, annulet stops (before king’s name), four lis in 
shield, lis on ship 2-2-2-2?, ropes 3-3, quatrefoils 4-5, rev. IHC 
AVTEM TRANCIENS P MEDIVM ILLORVM IBAT, fork-tailed R, 
annulet stops (after IBAT), small E in centre, lis in Ist quarter 
(LAL dies Q/38*; N.1160; S.906). Creased, almost very fine. 


£155.00 55+ Noble, obv. legend similar to last with fork-tailed R, no annulet before 
king’s name, three lis in shield, lis on ship 2-2-2-1, ropes 3-3, 
quatrefoils 3-4, rev. legend similar to last (no annulet at end), 
lis in 3rd quarter (LAL dies T/43; N.1160; S.906). Slightly 
scraped, better than very fine. 


£240.00 56 Noble, obv. similar to last but reads Hy—B and lis on ship 1-1-1-1, 
no bowsprit, rev. similar to last but no stop after mc and lis 
in 4th quarter (LAL dies T*/65; N.1160; S.906). Slight weak- 
ness on reverse, almost extremely fine, toned. 


£125.00 57+ Noble, obv. similar to last but reads Hip, lis on ship 2-2-2-2, quatre- 
foils 3-4 and with bowsprit, rev. similar to lot 55 but lis in 2nd 
quarter (LAL dies U var./45; N.1160; $.906). Very fine. 


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Lor 


58 Noble, obv. similar to last but reads HI and stops between REX ANGL Z 
FRANC omitted, lis on ship 1-2-2-2 and quatrefoils 3-4, rev. 
similar to lot 55 (LAL dies V/47; N.1160; S.906). Almost very 
fine but has been gilded and possibly mounted. 


59+ Noble, ody. similar to lot 56 with annulet before king’s name, lis on 
ship 1-2-2-1 and quatrefoils 4-4, rev. similar to last with annulet 
after 1BAT (LAL dies W/50; N.1160; 8.906). Almost extremely 
fine, a trifle small. 


60 Noble, ody. similar to last, lis on ship 1-2-2-0 and quatrefoils 3-3, 
rey. a Similar die to last (LAL dies X/50 var.; N.1160; 5.906). 
King’s face weak and slightly bent, almost extremely fine and a 
full coin. 


61+ Noble, similar to last but obv. with pellet before B (LAL dies Y/54; 
N.1160; S.906). Very fine. 


62+ Noble, obv. similar to lot 59 but reads E/DwAb, A of FRANC cut over 
E and annulet after D (neither detail noted by LAL), rev. 
similar to lot 57 (LAL dies Z/55 var.; N.1160; S.906). Slightly 
off-centre, better than very fine. 


63+ Noble, oby. similar to lot 60, lis on ship 1-2-2-1, rev. similar to last, 
reads IHE and omits stop before 1nar (LAL dies AA/53; 
N.1160; S.906). Creased but very fine. 


64+ Noble, obv. similar to last, quatrefoils 4-4, rev. similar to lot 62, the 
O punch is broken (LAL dies AA*/53**; N.1160; S.906). 
Legends weak in parts, very fine. 


65+ Noble, obv. similar to lot 59, quatrefoils 3-3, rev. similar to lot 57, 
C’s for E’s and R of TRANCICNS cut over C (not noted by LAL), 
saltire stops (LAL dies AB/57; N.1160; S.906). Pierced (12 
o'clock) and reverse double-struck, otherwise very fine. 


667 Noble, obv. similar to last but reads HyB (not as noted in LAL), 
saltire stops with one before king’s name and three at end of 
legend, ropes 3-1, quatrefoils 3-4, rev. C for E in TRANCIENS, 
annulet stops and lis in 2nd quarter (LAL dies AB*/47*; 
N.1160; S.906). Almost in two pieces, otherwise very fine. 


67+ Noble, obv. reads Hy—B, Saltire stops with one before king’s name 
and double by DEI GRa, lis on ship 0-2-2-0, ropes 3-3, quatre- 
foils 3-4, rey. similar to lot 60, V of ILLORVM overlaps R (LAL 
dies AC/50 var.; N.1160; S.906). Bent and a little small, almost 
very fine. 


£72.00 


£220.00 


£150.00 


£135.00 


£185.00 


£135.00 


£160.00 


£42.00 


£26.00 


£92.00 


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LoT 


£130.00 68+ Noble, reads C/DvaARD DCI, saltire stops, lis on ship 1-2-2-1 (not as 
noted by LAL), ropes 3-2, quatrefoils 3-4, rev. similar to lot 
57, C and E broken at bottom (LAL dies AD/60; N.1160; 
S.906). Slightly double-struck and off-centre, almost very fine. 


£270.00 69 Noble, ody. similar to last with normal reading and lis on ship 
1-2-2-0?, rev. similar to last with annulet after 1nar (LAL dies 
AD var./68; N.1160; 8.906). Full and round, almost extremely 
fine; ex Bredgar Hoard. 


£240.00 707 Noble, oby. similar to last, lis on ship 1-2-1-1, ropes 3-0, quatrefoils 
4-4, rev. same die as lot 68 (LAL dies AF/60; N.1160; $.906). 
Traces of overstriking at top, otherwise extremely fine. 


£72.00 717 Noble, obv. same die as last, rev. a similar die to last (LAL dies 
AF/61; N.1160; S.906). Small, fine. 


£155.00 72+ Noble, ody. saltire stops (not before E/DwaARD, double before DHyB), 
lis on ship 0-2-2-0, ropes 3-3, quatrefoils 3-4, rev. similar to lot 
70 with V of AVTEM overcut (LAL dies AG/64; N.1160; 8.609). 
Very fine. 


£145.00 73+ Noble, oby. similar to last, C and E broken at bottom, single saltire 
before DHy—B, ropes 3-0, rev. similar to lot 70 but with saltire 
stops (LAL dies AH/66; N.1160; S.906). Very fine. 


£155.00 74+ Noble, obv. similar to last, reads DH—yB, C and E broken at bottom, 
saltire before king’s name, lis on ship 0-2-2?-0?, ropes 3-0, 
quatrefoils 4-4, without hinges to ship’s rudder (cf. die AI), 
rev. similar to lot 69 but reads In and V of AVTEM altered to M 
(LAL dies —/70 var.; N.1160; S.906). Odverse partly double- 
struck, very fine and full. 


£42.00 75+ Noble, obv. similar to lot 73, EDWARD not broken by forecastle, C and 
E broken at bottom (not top as noted in LAL), no saltire after 
FRANC, ropes 3-2, quatrefoils 3-3, rev. a similar die to lot 73 
(LAL dies AJ*/66*; N.1160; S.906). Pierced (10 o'clock), 
otherwise very fine. 


£780.00 716 Half-noble, obv. E/DWAR DEI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC D, C and E 
broken at bottom, saltire stops (misplaced before X of REx and 
omitted before FRANC), three lis in shield, lis on ship 1-1-1, ropes 
3-1, quatrefoils 3-3, no bowsprit, rev. a similar die to lot 53, 
second A of AROVAS cut over S so as to appear barred (LAL 
No. 1/—:; N.1161; S.911). Small edge split (3 o'clock), other- 
wise very fine, only one other specimen known (B.M.); ex 
W.J. W. Potter. 


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Series E/F 
Lor 


77+ Noble, obv. similar to lot 73, saltire by first (not noted by LAL) and 
last letters of legend, lis on ship 0-1-1-0, ropes 3-1, quatrefoils 
4-4 and with bowsprit, rev. normal Jegend with annulet stops 
(after IBAT), large E in centre and lis in 2nd quarter (LAL dies 
AJ /73; N.1160/1173; S.906/907). Very fine but cracked, ex- 
tremely rare. 


Series F 


(I1.m. Crown; C and E broken at top) 
Nobles only are known. 


78+ Noble, obv. similar to last but no broken letters nor saltire in Hy —B, 
lis on ship 0-2-2-0, ropes 3-3, quatrefoils 3-4, no bowsprit, rev. 
similar to last but reads tLoRVM, no stop after (LAL dies 
AK/74; N.1173; S.907). Scratch at top of reverse but very fine, 
very rare. 


79+ Noble, obv. legend and stops similar to lot 77, C, E and D broken at 
top, lis on ship 0-2-2-0, ropes 3-2, quatrefoils 3-3 and with bow- 
sprit, rev. also similar to lot 77 without annulet after IBAT 
(LAL dies AO/72; N.1173; S.907). Edge hammered and small 
piece broken away at top, otherwise very fine with rough sur- 
face, very rare. 


Series B/G 


80+ Quarter-noble, oby. same die as lots 25, 26 and 47, a later striking 
from a very worn die, rev. EXALTABITVR IN GAHLORIA, Saltire 
stops, pellet in centre, annulet by lion’s head in 2nd quarter 
(eA BiGda No, 4 (pr 27)/ 1 (po. 271). NATAL 190 var; 
S.913/916). Fine, excessively rare. 


Series G/E 


81+ Quarter-noble, oby. EDWAR R ANGL Z FRANC D Hy, annulet stops, four 
lis in shield, rey. EXALTABITVR IN GHLORIA, annulet stops (after 
GHLORIA), pellet in centre (LAL Ga/E, No. 1; N.1162; S.916/ 
915). Almost very fine, very rare. 


82 Quarter-noble, same dies as last (LAL Ga/E, No. 1; N.1162; 
S.916/915). Fine, very rare; ex Bredgar Hoard. 


837 Quarter-noble, obv. same die as last two lots, rev. similar to last but 
reads GAHLORIA, not followed by annulet (LAL Ga/E, No. 2; 
N.1162; S.916/915). Small edge crack, obverse fine, reverse 
very fine, very rare. 


£360.00 


£420.00 


£190.00 


£210.00 


£55.00 


£65.00 


£68.00 


£42.00 


£450.00 


£680.00 


£340.00 


£230.00 


£165.00 


£170.00 


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Lot 


84+ Quarter-noble, same dies as last (LAL Ga/E, No. 2; N.1162; S.916/ 
915). Small, fine and very rare. 


Series E/G 


85+ Noble, obv. same die as lot 77, a later striking showing traces of rust 
and a flaw by king’s chin, rev. normal legend, C and E damaged 
(rather than broken) at top, saltire stops, small E in centre, lis 
in 2nd quarter (LAL E/Gb or c, dies AJ /88 (=13); N.1160/ 
1180; $.9906/908). Extremely fine and excessively rare. 


Series G/F 


86+ Noble, obv. E/DWARD DEI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC DHY-—B, annulet 
stops (before EDWARD but omitted after REX), five lis in shield, 
lis on ship 0-2-2-0, ropes 3-1, quatrefoils 3-4 and with bowsprit, 
rey. a similar die to lot 79 (LAL Ga/F, dies AR/80; N.1179/ 
1173; S.908/907). Extremely fine and extremely rare. 


Series F/G 


877 Noble, oby. similar to lot 79, two saltires in DH—yB, ropes 3-1, 
quatrefoils 3-4, rev. normal legend, C and E cut at back, 
annulet stops (omitted after MEDIVM), small E in centre (LAL 
F/Gb or c, dies AP/85; N.1173/1180; S.907/908). Very fine 
and full, very rare. 


88+ Noble, obv. same die as last, rey. similar to last, annulet after MEDIVM 
and 1BAT (LAL F/Gb or c, dies AP/86; N.1173/1180; S.907/ 
908). A little irregular, otherwise very fine and very rare. 


89; Noble, obv. similar to last, reads FRAANC DHY —B and ropes 3-3, rev. 
legend irregular, reads 1Hk, double saltire stops (not after P), 
large E in centre, unusually small lis in 2nd quarter (LAL 
F/Gg, dies AQ/94; N.1173/1180; S.907/908). Struck from 
worn dies and with traces of crack, almost very fine, very rare. 


Series G 


(Im. Cross 3; E cut across top of back, broken at bottom, with 
extra long middle bar (late) and open (Gh).) 


90+ Noble, obv. similar to lot 86, ED of EDWARD retrograde and trans- 
posed, C for E in REx, small annulet stops (after REX), lis on 
ship 0-1-1-0, ropes 2-1, quatrefoils 3-3, rev. normal legend, C 
and E cut at back, no stops, small E in centre (LAL Ga/ 
Gborc, dies AS/11; N.1179/1180; S.908). A trifle small, 
almost extremely fine. 


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91+ Noble, obv. same die as last, rev. similar with saltire stops (none by 
ILLORVM) (LAL Ga/Gborc, dies AS/12; N.1179/1180; S.908). 
Obverse slightly double-struck, very fine and full. 


92+ Noble, same die as last two lots, rev. similar, N’s reversely barred, 
C and E noted by LAL as broken and N and E apparently 
mended, large pellet to right of top lis (LAL Ga/Gd, dies 
AS/21; N.1179/1181; S.908). Very fine. 


93+ Noble, obv. similar to lot 86, C for E in EDWARD, REX omitted and 
reads D HY B £, rev. normal legend, large annulet stops, large E 
in centre (LAL Ga, dies AU/3; N.1179; S.908). Odverse 
slightly off-centre, otherwise very fine. 


947+ Noble, obv. same die as last, rev. normal legend, small annulet stops 
and small E in centre (LAL Ga/Gborc, dies AU/7; N.1179/ 
1180; S.908). Obverse legend weak, otherwise very fine. 


95+ Noble, obv. similar to lot 86, annulet after REx and before B, four lis 
in shield, quatrefoils 3-3, no bowsprit, rev. same die as lot 85 
(LAL Ga/Gborc, dies AV/13 (= mule 88); N.1179/1180; 
S.908). Better than very fine and full. 


96+ Noble. oby. similar to last, five lis on shield, quatrefoils 3-4 and with 
bowsprit, rev. normal legend, C and E cut at back, saltire stops, 
small E in centre (LAL Ga/Gborc, dies AW/15; N.1179/ 
1180; S.908). Very fine. 


97+ Noble, obv. same die as last, rev. normal legend, C and E broken at 
bottom, saltire stops (double after TRANCIENS), small E in centre, 
annulet to right of top lis (LAL Ga/Gd, dies AW/24 var.; 
N.1179/1181; S.908). Very fine. 


98+ Noble, obv. same die as last two lots, rev. a similar die to last (LAL 
Ga/Gd, dies AW/26; N.1179/1181; S.908). Very fine. 


99+ Noble, oby. same die, in worn state, as last three lots, rev. similar to 
last, reads THE, C and E long (unbroken), annulet (broken at 
bottom) either side of top lis (LAL Ga/Gf, dies AW/32; 
N.1179/1182; S.908). Very fine. 


100+ Noble, obv. normal legend, HyB unbroken, small annulet stops, five 
lis in shield, lis on ship 0-1-1-0, ropes 2-3, quatrefoils 3-3 and 
with bowsprit, rev. similar to last, annulets by top lis unbroken 
(LAL Gborc/Gf, dies AY /34; N.1180/1182; S.908). Slightly 
scraped both sides, almost very fine. 


£145.00 


£150.00 


£280.00 


£150.00 


£220.00 


£150.00 


£160.00 


£150.00 


£150.00 


£90.00 


£135.00 


£135.00 


£95.00 


£130.00 


£140.00 


£180.00 


£110.00 


£220.00 


£280.00 


18 
Bor 


1017 Noble, ody. similar to last, reads poy —B, C and E cut at back, saltire 
stops (before EDWARD), ropes 3-1, without bowsprit, rev. reads 
AVEM (not noted by LAL), C and E cut at back, saltire stops, 
annulet to right of top lis which has been added to an old Ge 
die, cf. lot 96 (LAL Gborc/Gd, dies BA/20; N.1180/1181; 
S.908). Small, obverse slightly double-struck, almost very fine. 


102+ Noble, obv. same die as last, rev. a similar die to lot 97 (LAL Gborc/ 
Gd, dies BA/27; N.1180/1181; S.908). Almost very fine. 


103 Noble. oby. same die as last two lots, rev. similar to lot 100, reads 
iwc (LAL Gborc/Gf, dies BA/44; N.1180/1182; S.908). 
Dented and scraped, almost very fine. 


1047 Noble, oby. similar to last, reads ANGLI and DHypR, lis on ship 0-2-2-0, 
ropes 3-2 (not as noted by LAL), rev. a similar die to lot 97 
(LAL Gborc/Gd, dies BB/24; N.1180/1181; S.908). A little 
small, very fine. 


105+ Noble, obv. same die as last, rev. similar to lot 97, long C and E, 
thin and unbroken (LAL Gb or c/Gd, dies BB/31 var.; N.1180/ 
1181; S.908). A little small, very fine. 


106+ Noble, oby. same die as last two lots, rev. a similar die to lot 100 
(LAL Gborc/Gf, dies BB/35; N.1180/1182; S.908). Very fine 
and full. 


107 Noble, obv. similar to lot 101, four lis in shield, lis on ship 1-2-1 (not 
as noted by LAL, for there are only two lions) and with bow- 
sprit, rev. reads AVTCM, no broken letters, saltire stops (omitted 
after ILLORVM), small E in centre (LAL Gborc, dies BC/17; 
N.1180; 8.908). Polished with traces of removal of mount on 
edge, but very fine. 


108+ Noble, oby. same die as last, rev. E only broken at bottom and N’s 
reversely barred, saltire stops and annulet to right of top lis 
(LAL Gborc/Gd, dies BC/22; N.1180/1181; S.908). Better 
than very fine, full. 


109+ Noble, oby. reads D-B (Hy omitted), C and E cut at back, saltire 
stops (before EDWARD but not after FRANC), three lis in shield, 
lis on ship 0-1-1-0, ropes 2-1, quatrefoils 3-3, no bowsprit, rev. 
same die as last (LAL Gborc/Gd, dies BD/22; N.1180/1181; 
S.908). Almost extremely fine. 


19 
Lor 


110+ Noble, ody. similar to last, reads Duy—B, without saltire before or 
after EDWARD, lis on ship 0-2-2-0, ropes 3-1 and with bowsprit, 
rev. a Similar die to lot 100 (LAL Gborc/Gf, dies BE/37; 
N.1180/1182; S.908). Erased in centre both sides, otherwise 
almost very fine. 


1117 Noble, oby. reads DHy—B, C and E broken at bottom, annulet stops, 
three lis in shield, lis on ship 2-2-2-2, ropes 3-3 (one outside 
inner circle), quatrefoils 4-4, no bowsprit, rev. a similar die to 
lot 97 (LAL Gd, dies BF**/24 var.?; N.1181; S.908). Gilded, 
better than fine. 


112+ Noble, oby. reads DHy—B, C and E broken at bottom, saltire stops 
(before EDWARD), three lis in shield, lis on ship 1-1-1-1, ropes 
3-1, quatrefoils 4-4 and with bowsprit, rev. same die as lots 
108 and 109 (LAL Gd, dies BG/22; N.1181; S.908). Very fine. 


113+ Noble, oby. same die as last, rev. a similar die to lot 97 (LAL Gd, 
dies BG/30; N.1181; S.908). Reverse scraped, almost very fine. 


114+ Noble, obv. same die as last two lots, rev. a similar die to lot 100 
(LAL Gd/Gf, dies BG/38; N.1181/1182; S.908). Almost very 
fine but obverse weak. 


115+ Noble, obv. same die as last three lots, rev. similar to last, V of 
MEDIVM cut over M (LAL Gd/Gf, dies BG/39*; N.1181/1182; 
S.908). Very fine. 


1167 Noble, obv. a similar die to lot 111, annulet between FRANC DHy cut 
over D and ropes 3-3 (not as noted in LAL), rev. a similar die 
to lot 97 (LAL Gd, dies BG*/24*; N.1181; S.908). Obverse 
legend partly double-struck, otherwise very fine. 


117+ Noble, oby. reads DHy-—B, letters unbroken, saltire stops (before 
EDWARD), five lis in shield (four lis in 4th quarter), lis on ship 
1-1-1-1, ropes 3-1, quatrefoils 4-4 and with bowsprit, rev. similar 
to lot 100, late E, AVTEM cut over TRANCIENS as though origin- 
ally omitted, annulets by top lis damaged (LAL Gf, dies BI/45; 
N.1182; S.908). Edge hammered and with small split, almost 
very fine (dull). 


118+ Noble, obv. same die as last, rev. IHE AVTEM TRANCIENS P MEDIVM 
ILLORVM yBAT (D of MEDIVM originally omitted, I1VM ILLORV 
overcut), late E, saltire stops (double after TRANCIENS), large E 
in centre, pellet either side of top lis (LAL Gf/Gg, dies BI/52; 
N.1182/1183; S.908). Sziall, fine. 


£65.00 


£62.00 


£180.00 


£90.00 


£115.00 


£160.00 


£115.00 


£62.00 


eh U0) 


£125.00 


£68.00 


£140.00 


£140.00 


£125.00 


£170.00 


£160.00 


£210.00 


£125.00 


£72.00 


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Lor 


119+ Noble, obv. similar to last, reads FRANE DHY—B, X broken, ropes 3-2 
and quatrefoils 4-3, rev. a similar die to lot 100 (LAL Gf, dies 
BJ /41; N.1182; S.908). Almost very fine. 


1207 Noble, oby. same die as last, rev. normal legend irregularly cut, double 
saltire after TRANCIENS widely spaced, pellets by top lis omitted 
(LAL Gf/Gg, dies BJ/61; N.1182/1183; S.908). Obverse 
double-struck, fine and full. 


121+ Noble, odv. similar to lot 117 with four lis in shield (three lis in 4th 
quarter) and quatrefoils 3-3, rev. similar to lot 118 without over- 
cutting, E in centre high in panel and leaning forward (LAL 
Gf/Gg, dies BM/47; N.1182/1183; S.908). Very fine. 


122+ Noble, obv. similar to last, five lis in shield, ropes 3-2 and quatrefoils 
4-3, rev, a similar die to lot 100, annulet to right of lis double- 
cut (LAL Gf, dies BO/32**; N.1182; S:908). Very ime. 


123+ Noble, obv. same die as last, rev. similar to lot 118 without over- 
cutting (LAL Gf/Gg, dies BO/50; N.1182/1183; S.908). A 
trifle small, very fine. 


124 Noble, obv. same die as last two lots, rev. a similar die to last (LAL 
Gf/Gg, dies BO/51; N.1182/1183; S.908). Very fine; believed 
to have been found at Norwich. 


125+ Noble, obv. normal legend, late E in EDwaRD and open E in DEt and 
REX, Saltire stops (single before and double after E of EDWARD), 
five lis in shield, lis on ship 1-1-1-1, ropes 3-1, quatrefoils 4-4 
and with bowsprit, rev. reads IBAT, faults in AVTEM and 
ILLORVM, E in centre reversed, pellets by top lis almost rectangu- 
lar (LAL Gh/Gg, dies BP/56; cf. N.1183; S.908). Almost very 
fine; the only obverse die given as Gh by Potter. 


126 Noble, odv. similar to last, with open E in pet and REx but without 
stops by E of EDWARD, lis on ship 1-1-1-0?, quatrefoils 4-5, rev. 
reads IBAT, pellet either side of top lis, large E in centre (LAL 
Gh/Gg, dies —/59 var.; cf. N.1183; $.908). Very fine. 


127+ Noble, obv. a similar die to last with closed E, rev. a similar die to 
lot 123 (LAL Gg, dies BQ/48*; N.1183; S.908). A little small, 
almost very fine. 


128+ Noble, odv. similar to lot 122 with ropes 3-2 (not as noted by LAL) 
and quatrefoils 4-4, rev. same die as lot 117 (LAL Gg/Gf, dies 
BR/45; N.1183/1182; S.908). Bent and small, fine. 


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Lot 


129+ Noble, oby. same die as last, rev. a similar die to lot 123 (LAL Gg, 
dies BR/48; N.1183; $.908). Very fine. 


130+ Noble, oby. similar to lot 128, reads EpwAD and Hv-—B, ropes 3-1, 
rev. similar to lot 123 but one pellet only to right of lis at top, 
pellet either side of bottom lis (LAL Gg, dies BS/53; N.1183; 
8.908). Very fine. 


131+ Noble, oby. same die as last, rev. a similar die to lot 126 (LAL Gg, 
dies BS/59). A little weak at edges, almost very fine. 


132+ Noble, obv. same die as last two lots, rev. reads IBAT, saltire at begin- 
ning and end of legend, no pellets by top lis and without lis in 
2nd quarter (LAL Gg, dies BS/62; N.1183; S.908). Weak and 
double-struck, fine. 


133+ Noble, oby. similar to lot 130, reads D—B (Hy omitted) and quatrefoils 
5-4, rev. similar to lot 126 but without pellets by top lis (LAL 
Gg, dies BT /63; N.1183; S.908). Better than very fine. 


134} Half-noble, obv. E/DWAR DEI G REX ANGL Z FRANC D, annulet stops, 
five lis in shield (not as noted by LAL), lis on ship 0-1-1-0 
(three lions), ropes 3-2, quatrefoils 3-3, without bowsprit, rev. 
DOMINE NE IN RVRORE TVO AROVAS ME, round N’s, annulet stops 
(not after DOMINE but after Mg), E in centre, lis in 2nd quarter 
(LAL Ga orb, No. 1; N.1184; S.912). Very fine. 


135+ Half-noble, obv. reads FRANC (D omitted), C and E cut at back, 
saltire stops, three lis in shield, lis on ship 1-1-1, ropes 2-0, 
without bowsprit, rev. same die as last (LAL Gc/Gaorb, 
No. —/1; N.—; 8.912). Fine. 


136+ Half-noble, obv. same die as last, rev. legend as last two coins, C and 
E cut at back, saltire stops (omitted after DOMINE and by Tvo), 
pellet in centre and without lis in 2nd quarter (LAL Ga or b/Gc, 
No. —/5; N.1185; $.912). A little small and cracked but fine. 


137+ Half-noble, obv. same die as lot 134, rev. DOMINE NE IN FVRORE TVO 
ARGVAS ME, Roman N’s reversely barred, saltire stops (omitted 
after DOMINE, double after FVRORE), E in centre, lis in 2nd 
quarter, pellet either side of top lis (LAL Gaorb/Gf, No. 6; 
N.1184/1186; S.912). Very fine. 


138+ Half-noble, obv. E/DWAR DEI G REX ANGL Z FRANC D, Saltire stops, 
four lis in shield, lis on ship 0-1-1-0, ropes 3-3 (not as noted by 
LAL), rev. similar to last with the double saltire after Tvo 
(LAL Gf, No. 8; N.1186; $.912). Small, fair only. 


£160.00 


£130.00 


£135.00 


£70.00 


£230.00 


£105.00 


£60.00 


£50.00 


£175.00 


£24.00 


£80.00 


£40.00 


£44.00 


£170.00 


£220.00 


£62.00 


£52.00 


£52.00 


£42.00 


£50.00 


£36.00 


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1397 Half-noble, obv. same die as lots 135 and 136, rev. similar to last, 


F in centre reversed (LAL Gf, No. —/9; N.1186; S.912). 
Smoothed, almost very fine. 


140+ Half-noble, oby. similar legend, five lis in shield, lis on ship 1-1-1-0, 
ropes 4-1, rev. similar to lot 138 with no double saltire, pellets 
by lis large (LAL Gf, No. 10; N.1186; S.912). Small, fine. 


141} Half-noble, obv. similar legend with open E’s, four lis in shield, lis on 
ship 1-1-1-1, ropes 3-1, rev. similar to last, no lis in quarter 
(LAL Gh/Gg, No. 13; N.1187; S.912). Small, fine. 


142 Half-noble, obv. similar to last, ropes 3-2?, rev. similar to last, pellets 
by lis elongated (LAL Gh/Gg, No. 14; N.1187; 8.912). Very 


fine. 


143 Half-noble, obv. same die as lot 141, rev. similar to last with open 
E’s and double saltire after aRGvVAS (LAL Gh, No. 16; N.1188; 
8.912). Almost extremely fine; ex Bredgar Hoard. 


144+ Half-noble, same dies as last (LAL Gh, No. 16; N.1188; S.912). 
Ragged at top edge, otherwise very fine. 


145+ Half-noble, oby. same die as lots 141, 143 and 144, rev. a similar die 
to last (LAL Gh, No. 17; N.1188; S.912). Scraped both sides 
and small, fine. 


146; Half-noble, obv. same dies as lots 141 and 143-145, rev. another 
similar die (LAL Gh, No. 18; N.1188; S.912). Edge hammered 
but almost very fine. 


147+ Half-noble, similar to last with ropes 34-1 on obyv. and the two 
pellets by crown in 2nd quarter of rev. (LAL Gh, No. 19; 
N.1188; $.912). Very small with traces of removal of mount on 
edge, otherwise fine, a rare variety. 


148+ Quarter-noble, oby. same die as lot 81, rev. EXALTABITVR IN GAHLORI, 
saltire stops, pellet (or small E?) in centre, annulet to right of 
top lis (LAL Ga/Gd, No. 1; N.1189 (=N.1190); $.916). Almost 


very fine, rare. 


149+ Quarter-noble, oby. similar to last, saltire stops (double before ANGL), 
three lis in shield, rev. EXALTABITVR IN GLORIA, Saltire stops, 
small E in centre, pellet either side of top lis (LAL Gf, No. 2, 
the same rev. die as the B/Gf mule (B.M., LAL p. 270); N.1191; 
S.916). Inner circle crack, almost very fine. 


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150} Quarter-noble, obv. similar to last without stops by D, rev. a similar 
die to last (LAL Gf, No. 3; N.1191; S.916). Cracked, almost 
very fine. 


1517 Quarter-noble, oby. same die as last, rev. another similar die (LAL 
Gf, No. 3 var.; N.1191: $.916). Fine. 


152+ Quarter-noble, from similar but different dies to lot 149 (LAL Gf, 
No. 4*; N.1191; S$.916). Very fine. 


153+ Quarter-noble, obv. same die as last, rev. same die as lot 151 (LAL 
Gf, No. 4 var.t; N.1191; $.916). Almost very fine. 


154+ Quarter-noble, same dies as last (LAL Gf, No. 4 var.1; N.1191; 
8.916). Cracked, fine. 


155+ Quarter-noble, oby. same die as last three lots, rev. same die as lot 
150 (LAL Gf, No. 4/3; N.1191; S.916). Reverse scraped but 


fine. 


1567 Quarter-noble, same dies as last (LAL Gf, No. 4 var.?; N.1191; S.916). 
In three pieces. 


157+ Quarter-noble, obv. same die as lot 149, rev. same die as lot 152 
(LAL Gf, No. 5; N.1191; S.916). Pierced in striking, fine and 
full. 


158+ Quarter-noble, oby. same die as lots 152-156, rev. EXATABITVR IN 
GLORIA (L omitted, not as noted by LAL), saltire stops, large 
E in centre, no pellets by top lis (LAL Gf/Gg. No. 8; N.1192; 
S.916). Almost very fine. 


159 Quarter-noble, oby. same die as lots 149 and 157, rev. similar to last 
but reads EXALTABITVR (LAL Gf/Gg, No. 9 var.; N.1192; 
S.916). Creased, fine. 


£32.00 


£36.00 


£82.00 


£64.00 


£20.00 


£36.00 


£8.00 


£36.00 


£62.00 


£28.00 


£450.00 


£450.00 


£440.00 


£210.00 


£270.00 


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Treaty Period (1361-69) 
Transitional Series (1361) 


(I.m. Cross Potent; abnormal size I, H, P. F or N; obverse with 
French title omitted and replaced on nobles and (rarely) half- 
nobles by Aquitaine title, reverse with annulets or (later) pellets 
at corners of central compartment with the exception of early 
i quarter-nobles (die Nos. 1-3) ). 
OT 


160 Noble, obv. same die (Gf, very worn) as lots 119 and 120, rev. 1HC 
AVTE TRANSIEVS P MEDIVM ILLORR IBAT, Saltire stops (double 
after TRANSIEVS and MEDIvM), large E in centre, lis in 2nd 
quarter cuts crown, annulets at corners of central compartment 
(LAL dies BJ/4; N.1182/1222; S.908/917). Obverse double- 
struck, otherwise very fine, extremely rare; with the exception 
of the next lot, only two other specimens of this mule known 
(B.M.). 


161+ Noble, obv. same die (Gf) as last, rev. similar to last but reads AVTEM 
TRANCEINS, large H, I and P, saltire stops, lis in 2nd quarter cuts 
lower band of crown (LAL dies BJ/9; N.1182/1222; S.908/ 
917). A little small and irregular, very fine and extremely rare; 
with the exception of the previous lot, only two other specimens 
of this mule known (B.M.). 


162 Noble, obv. E/DWARD DEI GRA REX ANGL DNS HIB Z A, Saltire stops 
(double after DEI, REX and Z, the last not noted by LAL), five 
lis in shield, lis on ship 1-1-1-1, ropes 3-3, quatrefoils 4-3 and 
with bowsprit, rev. IHE AVTEM PER MEDIVM ILLORVM IBAT 
(TRANSIENS omitted), double saltire stops (after IBAT, single after 
IHE), large E in centre, annulets at corners of central compart- 
ment (LAL dies Cc/1; N.1222; 8.917). Almost extremely fine, 
rare. 


163+ Noble, oby. same die as last, rev. similar to lot 151, reads AVTEM, 
double saltire after (LAL dies Cc/5; N.1222; $.917). A little 
small, very fine and rare. 


164+ Noble, oby. similar to last, reads E/DWARDVS DEI GRA RCX ANGLIE Z 
AQVTA D £, four lis in shield and lis on ship 1-2-2-1, rev. same 
die as last (LAL dies Cd/5; N.1222; 8.917). Obverse slightly 
double-struck and reverse a little off-centre, otherwise very fine, 
rare. 


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165+ Noble, obv. similar to last, reads E/DWARD DEI GRA REX ANGL DNS 
HIBN Z AC—Q, large H and I, saltire before EDWARD, five lis in 
shield (not as noted by LAL), ,rev. INC AVTEM TRANCIENS P 
MEDIVM ILLORR IBAT, large H, I and P, saltire stops (double 
after AVTEM), large E in centre, lis in 2nd quarter, pellets at 
corners of central compartment (LAL dies Ce/14; N.1222; 
S.917). Very fine and rare. 


1667 Noble, oby. similar to last, reads HIB Z ACQ, large H, I and N, stops 
differ, rev. a similar die to last without double saltire after 
AVTEM (LAL Cf/12; N.1222; S.917). Obverse slightly off- 
centre, almost very fine, rare. 


167+ Noble, obv. a similar die to last, stops differ, rev. similar to last, stops 
differ and lions in angles are small (LAL Cg/15; N.1222; S.917). 


Very fine and rare. 


168+ Noble, obv. a similar die to last, last stop differs, rev. a similar die to 
lot 152, abbreviation mark after P (LAL dies Ch/10; N.1222; 
S.917). Slight edge damage, almost extremely fine, rare. 


169 Half-noble, obv. E/DWARDVS DEI G REX / ANGL D, Saltire stops (double 
by DEI. omitted by break), annulet over crown, three lis in 
shield, lis on ship 1-1-1-0, ropes 3-2, quatrefoils 3-3, with 
bowsprit, rev. DOMINE NE IN FVRORE TVO ARGVAS ME (ME con- 
joined), double saltire stops (omitted after DOMINE), E in centre 
with annulets at corners of central compartment, lis in third 
quarter, pellet trefoils in spandrils (LAL dies a/1; N.1223; 
S.918). Almost extremely fine, toned. 


170¢ Half-noble, obv. same die as last, rev. similar, NE omitted and reads 
M, double saltire stops, lis in 2nd quarter (LAL dies a/3; 
N.1223; S.918). Almost very fine. 


171+ Half-noble, obv. reads EDWARDI with double saltire after REx, lis on 
ship 1-1-1-1, quatrefoils 4-3, no bowsprit, rev. similar to last 
with single saltires by Tvo (LAL dies b/2; N.1223; S.918). 
Small piece missing at edge but fine. 


172} Half-noble, oby. same die as last, rev. normal legend with large F and 
I, double saltire stops, lis in 2nd quarter, fleur trefoils in span- 
drils (LAL dies b/7; N.1223; S.918). Cracked, fine. 


173 Half-noble, obv. E/D DEI GRA REX ANGL DNS HIB Z ACQ, Saltire stops 
(double after DEI and REx), three lis in shield, lis on ship 1-1-1-0, 
ropes 3-3, quatrefoils 3-3, no bowsprit, rev. a similar die to last 
(LAL dies ¢/7*; N.1123; 8.918). Small, fair. 


£300.00 


£170.00 


£330.00 


£400.00 


£360.00 


£125.00 


£60.00 


£44.00 


£48.00 


£185.00 


£200.00 


£80.00 


£44.00 


£62.00 


£70.00 


£150.00 


£190.00 


£44.00 


£62.00 


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174 Half-noble, oby. same die as last, rev. similar to last, reads ARGVTS, 
single annulet stops (LAL dies c/16; N.1223; $.918). Obverse 
fine (weak), reverse very fine, rare with Aquitaine title. 


175+ Half-noble, obv. similar, initial E double cut, sterncastle breaks 
legend D/NS but forecastle does not, lis on ship 0-1-1-0, quatre- 
foils 4-2, rev. a similar die to lot 172, no large letters (LAL 
on ¢ var./5 var.; N.1223; $.918). Fine and rare with Aquitaine 
title. 


176} Half-noble. obv. similar, reads E/DWARD DEI GRA R/EX ANG, saltire 
stops (double after DEI and REx), ropes 2-3, quatrefoils 3-3, rev. 
same die as lot 169 (LAL dies d/1; N.1223; $.918). Almost 
very fine. 


177; Half-noble, obv. E/DWARDV DEI G REX / ANGL D, Saltire stops (double 
after DEI, omitted by break), lis on ship 1-1-1-0, ropes 3-2, 
quatrefoils 4-4, no bowsprit, rev. NE omitted, reads M, large F 
and I, double saltire stops (single after DOMINE), lis in 2nd 
quarter (LAL dies. e/11; N.1223; S.918). Cracked, fine. 


178+ Half-noble, obv. same die as last, rev. similar, reads ARGVTS ME, 
single saltire stops (LAL dies e/16; N.1223; S.918). Fine. 


179+ Half-noble, obv. E/DWARD DEI G REX A/NGL D HB, large H and I, 
saltire stops (omitted by break), lis on ship 0-1-1-0, quatrefoils 
4-3, with bowsprit, rev. similar to last, double saltire by ARGVTS, 
no lis in quarter (LAL dies f/13 var.; N.1223; S.918). A little 
small, almost very fine. 


180+ Half-noble, obv. similar, break in legend at AN/GL, lis on ship 1-1-1-1, 
ropes 3-3, rev. a similar die to lot 175 (LAL dies g/5; N.1223; 
S.918). A little small, almost very fine. 


181+ Half-noble, obv. same die as last, rev. a similar die to lot 179 (LAL 
dies g/13; N.1223; S.918). Obverse very fine, reverse extremely 


fine. 


182+ Half-noble, obv. similar to last, reads Hip, five lis in shield, lis on 
ship 1-1-1-0, rev. a similar die to lot 173 (LAL dies h*/6; 
N.1223; $.918). Has had mount removed at top, fine. 


183+ Half-noble, similar to last with double saltire after DEI, lis on ship 
]-1-1-1, quatrefoils 5-3 (LAL dies 1/7; N.1223; $.918). Fine. 


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184 Half-noble, obyv. similar with all single saltires, quatrefoils 4-3, rev. 
same die as lot 180 (LAL dies k/5; N.1223; S.918). Very fine 
but reverse double-struck. 


185+ Half-noble, obv. same die as last, rev. similar die to lot 178, the 
annulets wearing to appear like pellets (LAL dies k/17; N.1223; 
S.918). Very fine but one edge weak. 


\86} Half-noble, similar to last, reads ARGVAS and no lis in quarter, pellets 
at corners of central compartment (LAL dies 1/19; N.1223; 
8.918). Very fine. 


187+ Half-noble, oby. similar, reads ANG/L, rev. same die as lots 180 and 
184 (LAL dies m/5; N.1223; S.918). Some edge damage, almost 
very fine. 


188+ Half-noble, obv. similar to last, quatrefoils 4-4, rev. a similar die to 
lot 186 (LAL dies n/20; N.1223; $.819). Small, fine. 


18%} Half-noble, obv. a similar die to lot 187, rev. a similar die to last 
(LAL dies 0/21; N.1223; S.819). A little small, very fine. 


190 Half-noble, obv. similar, legend not broken by sterncastle, quatrefoils 
3-3, rev. a similar die to lot 185 (LAL dies p/18; N.1223; 
S.918). Obverse a little off-centre, very fine. 


1917 Quarter-noble, obv. EDWR R ANGLIE Z DNVS HV, Saltire stops (double 
by Zz), trefoils in spandrils and pellets at cusps, rev. EXALTABITVR 
IN GLORIA, large I and N (Roman), double saltire stops, cross 
potent with annulets in angles at centre, trefoils in spandrils 
(LAL dies a/4; N.1224; S.919). Very fine. 


192 Quarter-noble, obv. EDWAR DEI GRAC REX ANGL D, trefoils in spandrils 
and at cusps, rev. similar to last, large I and Lombardic N, large 
pellet at centre with compartment with annulets at corners 
(LAL dies b/3; N.1224; $.919). Obverse weak and some edge 
damage, but fine. 


193+ Quarter-noble, same dies as last (LAL dies b/3; N.1224; S.919). 
Irregular and cracked, fair. 


194+ Quarter-noble, obv. similar to last but annulets at cusps, rev. same 
die as last two lots (LAL dies c/3; N.1224; S.919). Very fine. 


195+ Quarter-noble, obv. reads RCx, large I, pellets in spandrils and trefoils 
at cusps, rev. same die as last three lots (LAL dies d/3; N.1224; 
S.919). Very fine and toned. 


£120.00 


£155.00 


£130.00 


£65.00 


£52.00 


£125.00 


£130.00 


£62.00 


£32.00 


£15.00 


£65.00 


£75.00 


£46.00 


£30.00 


£68.00 


£50.00 


£150.00 


£30.00 


£32.00 


£30.00 


£34.00 


£85.00 


£30.00 


£36.00 


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196+ Quarter-noble, oby. same die as last, rev. similar to lot 191 with Lom- 
bardic N (LAL dies d/10; N.1224; $.919). Almost very fine. 


197+ Quarter-noble, same dies as last (LAL dies d/10; N.1224; S.919). 
Scraped both sides, fine. 


198} Quarter-noble, oby. similar to lot 195, reads REx (double saltire after), 
rev. EXALTABITVR IN GLORIA, Lombardic N, double saltire stops 
(double after GLorta), E in central compartment with pellets at 
corners in centre (LAL dies d/1; N.i224; 8.919). Obverse weak, 
almost very fine. 


199 Quarter-noble, oby. same die as last, rev. similar to lot 196, reads 
GLRIA, double saltire after (LAL dies e/6; N.1224; S.919). 
Obverse fine, reverse very fine, full. 


200 Quarter-noble, obv. a similar die to last, rev. same die as lots 192-4 
(LAL dies £/3; N.1224; S.919). Almost extremely fine. 


201+ Quarter-noble, obv. EDWAR DEI GRA REX ANGL, large I, saltire stops, 
annulets at cusps, rev. similar to lot 196, reads GLoRA (LAL dies 
i/7; N.1224; $.919). Obverse legend double-struck, fine. 


202+ Quarter-noble, oby. similar to last with trefoils at cusps, rev. normal 
legend, large I and N (Roman), saltire stops (after GLORIA), 
pellets in angles of central cross (LAL dies k/16; N.1224; 
8.919). Reverse a little off-centre, almost very fine. 


203 Quarter-noble, same dies as last (LAL dies k/16; N.1224; S.919). 
Better than fine but small. 


204+ Quarter-noble, obyv. similar to last but E of REX appears square (cut 
over Lombardic N?), rev. normal legend, large I and Lom- 
bardic N, saltire stops, the annulets in angles of central cross 
potent showing wear (LAL dies 1/12; N.1224; 8.919). Small, 
almost very fine. 


205+ Quarter-noble, obv. same die as last, rev. similar to lot 202 without 
saltire after GLORIA (LAL dies 1/14; N.1224; S.919). Very fine 
and full. 


206+ Quarter-noble, obv. same die as last two lots, rev. a similar die to last 
(LAL dies 1/15; N.1224; $.919). Fine but with several cracks. 


207 Quarter-noble, ohy. same die as last three lots, rev. normal legend, 
large I and Lombardic N, saltire stops (double after GLoria, 
perhaps double before?), pellets in angles of central cross potent 
(LAL dies 1/17; N.1224; S.919). Bent but fine and full. 


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2087 Quarter-noble, oby. similar to lot 202, reads ANGL D, rev. a similar die 
to lot 204 (LAL dies m/13; N.1224; S.919). Fair only. 


2097 Quarter-noble, oby. same die as last, rev. similar to lot 207 with 
double saltire stops (LAL dies m/17 var.; N.1224; S.919). 
Reverse slightly weak and off-centre, very fine. 


210} Quarter-noble, obv. a similar die to last, rev. same die as lot 206 
(LAL dies 0/15; N.1224; S.919). A trifle small, almost ex- 
tremely fine. 


211+ Quarter-noble, oby. another similar die, rev. same die as lots 196 and 
197 (LAL dies p/10; N.1224; S.919). Cracked and small, fair. 


212+ Quarter-noble, obv. same die as last, rev. a similar die to lot 205 
(LAL dies p/18 var.; N.1224; $.919). Has been gilt and made 
round, better than fine. 


213+ Quarter-noble, a similar coin from different dies (LAL dies q/18:; 
N.1224; 8.919). Piece missing, otherwise very fine. 


Treaty Series (1361-69) 
LONDON MINT 


Group a:—Obvy. saltire before EDWARD (noble and half-noble) 
and without mark (quarter-noble); rev. A unbarred 
in IBAT (noble), ARGVAS (half-noble) and GLORIA 
(quarter-noble). 


Group b:—Obv. annulet before EDWARD; rev. A barred in 1BAT 
(noble), ARGVAS (half-noble) and GLORIA (quarter- 
noble). 


Group c:—As Group b with crescent on forecastle (noble only). 


214+ Noble, obv. ED/WARD DEI GRA REX ANGL DNS HYB Z AQ-T, A’s un- 
barred, double saltire stops (single by Z), saltire before EDWARD 
below sail, four lis in shield, lis on ship 0-2-2 (only two lions), 
ropes 3-2, forecastle quatrefoils 0-2-1 (first omitted), rev. IHC 
AVTEM TRANSIENS PER MEDIV ILLORVM IBAT, A’s_ unbarred, 
double saltire stops. E in centre, crowns bifoliate (LAL Group 
a, as No. 1; N.1231; 8.920). Slight edge damage, almost very 


fine. 


215+ Noble, similar to last but oby. with agr unbroken, lis on ship 2-2-2 
and forecastle quatrefoils 1-2-1 (LAL Group a, as No. 2; 
N.1231; 8.920). Extremely fine. 


£17.00 


£50.00 


£105.00 


£11.00 


£20.00 


£14.00 


FAIS.) 


£410.00 


£150.00 


£200.00 


£180.00 


£165.00 


£150.00 


£210.00 


£180.00 


£90.00 


£160.00 


£210.00 


£160.00 


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hor 


216}; Noble, similar to lot 214 but ody. with saltire before EDWARD above 
the fold of the sail, forecastle quatrefoils 1-2-1 (LAL Group a, 
as No. 7; N.1231; $.920). Slightly bent but very fine. 


217 Noble, similar to lot 214 but annulet before EpwaRD, A’s barred in 
GRA and AQT on obv. and A barred in 1BAT on rev. (LAL Group 
b, as No. 1; N.1232; $.921). A trifle small, almost extremely 
fine. 


218 Noble, similar to last with A barred in agr only and forecastle quatre- 
foils 1-2-1 on oby. and crowns trifoliate on rev. (LAL Group b, 
as No. 2/1; N.1232; $.921). Very fine; ex Bredgar Hoard. 


219 Noble, a similar coin from different dies, crowns bifoliate on rev. 
(LAL Group b, as No. 2/1; N.1232; $.921). Overstruck (or 
turned over in the die) and a little off-centre, otherwise very 


fine. 


220 Noble, similar to last with forecastle quatrefoils 0-2-1 on obv. and 
crowns trifoliate on rev. (LAL Group b, as No. 2/1; N.1232; 
8.921). Very fine; ex Bredgar Hoard. 


221 Noble, a similar coin from different dies, crowns bifoliate on rev. 
(LAL Group b, as No. 2/1; N.1232; S.921). Odbverse legend 
slightly double-struck (7 o'clock), almost extremely fine; ex 
Bredgar Hoard. 


222+ Noble, a similar coin from different dies, large pellets on fore and 
stern castles on oby. (LAL Group b, as No. 2/1; N.1232; $.921). 
Very fine and full. 


223+ Noble, a similar coin from different dies (LAL Group b, as No. 2/1; 
N.1232; 8.921). Edge hammered and with rough surface, other- 
wise very fine. 


224 Noble, a similar coin from different dies, A’s unbarred in GRA and 
Agr (LAL Group b, as No. 3; N.1232; $.921). Better than very 


fine. 


225 Noble, a similar coin from different dies, forecastle quatrefoils 1-2-1 
on oby. (LAL Group b, as No. 3; N.1232; S.921). Obverse 
legend slightly double-struck, almost extremely fine. 


226 Noble, similar to lot 217 (A’s barred in GRA, AQT and IBAT) but ropes 
3-1 and forecastle quatrefoils 1-2-1 on obv., crowns trifoliate on 
rev. (LAL Group b, as No. 4; N.1232; 8.921). Very fine; ex 
i, ©, Carter, 


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221 


228 


229 


230 


234 


232, 


293 


234 


235 


236 


oul 


Noble, same dies as lots 279 and 280 (LAL Post-Treaty, Group I, 
No. 2*; N.1277; S.935). Small and legends very weak, other- 
wise fine. 


*.’ This coin was noted as without French title and placed in the 
catalogue as if Treaty, Group c. A die check was made too late 
to correct the order in the plates. 


Half-noble, obv. ED/WARD DEI G REX ANGL D HYB Z AQ-—T, A’s un- 
barred, double saltire stops (single by Z), saltire before EDWARD, 
four lis in shield, lis on ship 0-2-2, ropes 3-2, rev. DOMINE NE IN 
FVRORE TVO ARGVAS ME, A’s unbarred, Lombardic M and N, 
double saltire stops, E in centre (LAL Group a, as No. 1; 
N.1238; S.924). Very fine; ex Bredgar Hoard. 


Half-noble, a similar coin from different dies (LAL Group a, as No. 
1; N.1238; S.924). Very fine. 


Half-noble, another, similar, from different dies (LAL Group a, as 
No. 1; N.1238; $.924). Creased and small but fine. 


Half-noble, another, similar, dies differ (LAL Group a, as No. 1; 
N.1238; S.924). Extremely fine and full; ex E. C. Carter. 


Half-noble, another, from different dies (LAL Group a, as No. 1; 
N.1238; S.924). Almost very fine. 


Half-noble, similar to previous coins but no stop after ANGL (LAL 
Group a, as No. 3; N.1238; S.924). Very fine and full; ex 
Lockett (1249). 


Half-noble, similar to lots 228-232 but Z omitted on obyv. and no 
stop before ME on rey. (LAL Group a, cf. No. 4 rev.; N.1238; 
S.924). Almost extremely fine. 


Half-noble, similar to lots 228-232 but oby. without stops by z and 
lis on ship 2-2-0 and rev. without stop after DoMINE (LAL 
Group a; N.1238; $.924). A trifle off-centre, almost extremely 
fine; ex Bredgar Hoard. 


Half-noble, obv. similar to last without stops by z but lis on ship 
0-2-2 and reads HIB, rev. RGV Of ARGVAS cut over GvA (LAL 
Group a; N.1238; S.924). Extremely fine; ex Ryan (12). 


£62.00 


£120.00 


£110.00 


£46.00 


£220.00 


£105.00 


£160.00 


£220.00 


£220.00 


£280.00 


£200.00 


£150.00 


£105.00 


£12.00 


£90.00 


£65.00 


£150.00 


£56.00 


£105.00 


£42.00 


£42.00 


£34.00 


£17.00 


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237 Half-noble, similar to lots 228-232 but obv. annulet before EDWARD 
and rev. A barred in second A in arcvas (LAL Group b, as 
No. 1; N.1239; $.925). Slightly small, extremely fine. 


238 Half-noble, a similar coin from different dies (LAL Group b, as 
No. 1; N.1239; $.925). Very fine; ex Rashleigh III, 1953 (3). 


239 Half-noble, similar, from different dies (LAL Group b, as No. 1; 
N.1239; S.925). Slightly small but very fine. 


2407 Half-noble, another, similar, dies differ (LAL Group b, as No. 1; 
N.1239; $.925). Very clipped with traces of mounting, fine. 


241 MHalf-noble, similar to previous coins but obv. with no nails in ship’s 
planking and rev. crown in 2nd quarter double-cut (LAL Group 
b; N.1239; S.925). A little small, very fine. 


242+ Half-noble, similar to lots 237-240 but A’s barred in ANGL and AQT 
on oby. (LAL Group b, as No. 2; N.1239; $.925). Small, almost 
very fine. 


243 Quarter-noble, obv. EDWARD DEI GRA REX ANGL, A’s unbarred, Treaty 
X, double saltire stops, no mark before EDWARD, rev. EXALTA- 
BITVR IN GLORIA, A’s unbarred, Treaty X, double saltire stops, 
lis in centre, fleur trefoils in spandrils (LAL Group a; N.1243; 
8.928). A little small, extremely fine and toned, a very rare 
variety with trefoils in spandrils; ex Basle Sale, 1954. 


244+ Quarter-noble similar, oby. reads DclI and rev. without trefoils in 
spandrils (LAL Group a, as No. 3; N.1243; $.928). Very fine. 


245 Quarter-noble, similar to last but reads DEI and curule X both sides 
(LAL Group a, as No. 6; N.1243; 8.928). Almost extremely 
fine; ex Rashleigh Ul, 1953 (3). 


246+ Quarter-noble, a similar coin from different dies (LAL Group a, as 
No. 6; N.1243; S.928). One edge weak, very fine. 


247+ Quarter-noble, obv. same die as last, rev. a similar die to last (LAL 
Group a, as No. 6; N.1243; S.928). Almost very fine. 


248+ Quarter-noble, similar to last from different dies (LAL Group a, as 
No. 6; N.1243; 8.928). Centre of reverse double-struck, slightly 
bent, almost very fine. 


249 Quarter-noble, another, similar, dies differ (LAL Group a, as No. 6; 
N.1243; S.928). Small but fine. 


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250t Quarter-noble, oby. similar, annulet before EDWARD and A barred in 
ANGL, rev. a Similar die to last (LAL Group b/a, as No. 2; 
N.1244/1243; S.929/928). Very fine, rare. 


251+ Quarter-noble, ody. a similar die to last, rev. same die as last (LAL 
Group b/a, as No. 2; N.1244/1243; S.929/928). Cracked and 
small, otherwise fine, rare. 


2527 Quarter-noble, oby. similar to last two coins with annulet before 
EDWARD but A unbarred in ANGL, rev. A barred in GLORIA 
(LAL Group b, as No. 1; N.1244; $.929). Better than very fine 
but rather small. 


253 Quarter-noble, a similar coin from different dies, perhaps reads Rcx 
(LAL Group b, as No. 1; N.1244; S.929). Very fine. 


254+ Quarter-noble, similar, from different dies (LAL Group b, as No. 1; 
N.1244; $.929). Full, almost very fine. 


255 Quarter-noble, another, similar, dies differ (LAL Group b, as No. 1; 
N.1244; S.929). Slightly off-centre, very fine. 


256 Quarter-noble, another, similar, dies differ (LAL Group b, as No. 1; 
N.1244; S.929). Very fine; ex E. C. Carter. 


257+ Quarter-noble, another, similar, dies differ (LAL Group b, as No. 1; 
N.1244; S.929). Almost very fine but small. 


258} Quarter-noble, another, similar, dies differ (LAL Group b, as No. 1; 
N.1244; S.929). Small but fine. 


259 Quarter-noble, another, similar, dies differ (LAL Group b, as No. 1; 
N.1244; S.929). Obverse scraped and dented, fine, reverse very 
fine, a little small. 


260 Quarter-noble, another, similar, dies differ (LAL Group b, as No. 1; 
N.1244; S.929). Has been mounted and gilt, otherwise very fine 
but small. 


261 Quarter-noble, similar with A barred in ANGL on oby. (LAL Group b, 
as No. 2; N.1244; S.929). Almost extremely fine, toned. 


262 Quarter-noble, a similar coin from different dies (LAL Group b, as 
No. 2; N.1244; 8.929). Very fine but small; ex E. C. Carter. 


263 Quarter-noble, similar, with A barred in GRA and ANGI. on oby. (LAL 
Group b; N.1244; S.929). Small, better than fine. 


£70.00 


£22.00 


£55.00 


£62.00 


£5200 


£50.00 


£60.00 


£34.00 


£27.00 


£23.00 


£28.00 


£115.00 


£70.00 


£30.00 


£250.00 


£310.00 


£300.00 


£320.00 


£8.00 


£210.00 


£190.00 


£340.00 


£145.00 


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CALAIS MINT 


Nobles and half-nobles only are listed as follows:— 


Group a:—Saltire before EDWARD, all A’s unbarred, trefoils by 
Z, with or without flag at stern. 


Group b:—As Group a but without mark before EDWARD. 


Group d:—Quatrefoil before EDWARD, all A’s unbarred, saltires 
by Z, with flag at stern (half-noble (very rarely) with 
crescent on forecastle). 

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264 Noble, similar to London issues of Group a (saltire before EDWARD 
and A’s unbarred, cf. lot 214), but with trefoils by z on obv. 
and ‘© im centre of rey. (LAL Group: a, as: 'No;* 1; N,1234:; 
S.923A). Better than very fine, rare; ex E. C. Carter. 


265 Noble, a similar coin with flag at stern on obv. (LAL. Group a, as 
No. 2; N.1234; S.923). Extremely fine, rare. 


266+ Noble, a similar coin to lot 264 but without mark before king’s name 
on oby. (LAL Group b, as No. 3; N.1235; S.923). Slightly off- 
centre, almost extremely fine, rare. 


267 Noble, a similar coin to last but with flag at stern on obv. (LAL 
Group b, as No. 4; N.1235; S.923). Better than very fine, rare. 


268+ Noble, obv. same die as last, rev. another die different to last four 
lots (LAL Group b, as No. 4; N.1235; S.923). Half missing, 
almost very fine. 


269+ Noble, a similar coin to lot 267 but with voided quatrefoil before 
king’s name and saltires by z on oby. (LAL Group d, as No. 5; 
N.1236; 8.923). Smoothed, very fine and full, rare. 


270+ Half-noble, similar to London issues of Group a (saltire before 
EDWARD and A’s unbarred, cf. Jot 228) but with flag at stern 
and trefoils by z on oby. and C in centre of rev. (LAL Group a, 
No. 2; N.1240; S.926). Very fine and very rare. 


271 Half-noble, a similar coin to last with neither saltire before EDWARD 
nor flag at stern (LAL Group b, as No. 3; N.1241; S.927). 
Extremely fine and very rare; ex E. C. Carter. 


272. Half-noble, similar, without mark before EpwarD but with flag at 
stern (LAL Group b, No. 4*?; N.1241; S.926). Small but fine, 
very rare. 


$5 
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273 Half-noble, similar, with flag at stern but a quatrefoil before EDWARD 
and saltires by z on obv. (LAL Group d, as No. 5; N.1242; 
S.926). Small but fine, very rare. 


274 Quarter-noble, similar to London issues of Group a (A’s unbarred 
and curule X (Nos. 4-6)) but no mark before EDWARD on oby. 
and annulet in centre of rev. (LAL No. 1; N.1245; S.930). 
Extremely fine and rare. 


275+ Quarter-noble, a similar coin from different dies (LAL as No. 1; 
N.1245; S.930). Reverse slightly off-centre, very fine and rare. 


276; Quarter-noble, similar but with cross in circle over shield on oby. 
(LAL as No. 2; N.1245; $.931). Almost very fine, rare. 


2777 Quarter-noble, similar to last with pellet before EDWARD (LAL as 
No. 3; N.1245; $.931). Almost very fine but small, rare. 


278+ Quarter-noble. similar to lot 276 but with plain cross over shield on 
oby. and quatrefoil in centre of rev. (LAL No. 4; N.1246; 
S.932). Slightly small, otherwise very fine, a very rare variety. 


Post-Treaty Period (1369-77) 


Group I: Obv. lettering of Treaty style, with French title 
FRA; rev. as Treaty issues (sometimes considered 
“mules’’). 


Group III; Tall thin Post-Treaty lettering, French title FRANC, 
fore- and sterncastles battlemented (nobles only). 


Group II listed by Lawrence is “‘true’’ Post-Treaty (1i1)/Treaty 
(1) mules:it should be mentioned that he omits to number the 
headings for the London nobles (pp. 221-2). 


LONDON MINT 


No quarter-nobles known: half-nobles known only as 
Treaty /Post-Treaty mules. 


279 Noble,obv. ED/WARD DEI G REX ANG Z FRA DNS HYB Z A—T, double 
saltire stops (single before FRA and by second z), annulet before 
EDWARD, four lis in shield, lis on ship 0-1-2, ropes 3-2, crescent 
on forecastle and with bowsprit, rev. same die as lot 227 (LAL 
Group I, No. 27; N.1277; S935). Very fme and rare. 


280t Noble, same dies as last (LAL Group I, No. 2*; N.1277; §.935). 
Face weak and perhaps plugged, almost very fine, rare. 


£105.00 


£160.00 


£120.00 


£105.00 


£58.00 


£150.00 


£190.00 


£105.00 


£320.00 


£210.00 


£360.00 


£380.00 


£230.00 


£132.00 


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281} Noble, a similar coin but obv. reads R(saltire)Ex and AQ—T, single 
saltires by both Z’s and lis on ship 0-2-2 (LAL Group I, Pl. 
XIX, 1; N.1277; 8.935). Rusty obverse die, almost extremely 
fine, rare. 


’.” This obverse die was later used with a Calais reverse die (lots 
298 and 299), the die link illustrated by Lawrence on Plates 
XIX, 1 and XX, 1 and published by Whitton, BNJ XXIV, pp. 
110-2. 


2827 Noble, ody. similar to last without saltire in REx, A unbarred in AQT, 
double saltire stops (single by z and before Agr), rev. similar to 
last but E in centre supine, of careless workmanship (LAL 
Group I; Potter obv. 9; N.1277; S.935). A little small and 
smoothed, otherwise very fine, rare. 


*.” This coin was listed as London by Potter and so placed in the 
catalogue, but subsequently found to have been put to Calais 
(No. 1) by Lawrence. The “‘E”’ in the centre of the reverse 
certainly appears more like a “C’”’ cut over the engraver’s 
centralising pellet. If the coin were placed under London, it 
would mean that both Calais dies of this issue (see lots 296-297 
and 298-299) would have been used at London. 


283 Noble, obv. ED/WARD DE G REX ANG Z FRA/DNS Hy(saltire)B Z A-T, 
double saltire stops (single by both Z’s), ropes 2-1, with bow- 
sprit but no crescent, rev. similar but E in centre prone (LAL 
Group I; Potter obv. 7; N.1277; 8.934). Extremely fine and 
rare. 


284 Noble, obv. EDW/ARD DI GRA REX ANGL F FRANC DNS HYB F AQ, new 
Post-Treaty lettering, saltire stops (double after p1 and before 
AQ), annulet over sail, lis on ship 1-1-1-1, ropes 3-1, fore- and 
sterncastles battlemented, rev. Treaty lettering as on previous 
coins, reads MEDIV ILLORV, E in centre reversed (LAL Group 
Il, No. 4; N.1278/1277; S.936/934). Reverse off-centre, other- 
wise extremely fine, an extremely rare “‘true’’ Post-Treaty/ 
Treaty mule. 


285+ Noble, obyv. same die as last, rev. normal legend with Post-Treaty 
lettering and double saltire stops, E in centre with pellet and 
pellet at base of top and bottom lis (LAL Group UI, No. 2; 
N.1278; 8.936). A little small, almost extremely fine. 


286+ Noble, a similar coin to last without pellet at base of either lis (LAL 
Group III, No. 3; N.1278; S.936). Very fine but small. 


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287} Noble, oby. similar with all single saltire stops, rev. similar with pellet 
at base of top lis only (LAL Group III, No. 4; N.1278; 8.936). 
Small piece missing at top (? mount removed), otherwise very 


fine. 


2887 Noble, obv. same die as last, rev. E in centre with cross, pellet at base 
of top lis and annulet at cusp to right of top lis (LAL Group 
Ill, No. 5; N.1278; 8.937). A little small, very fine. 


289+ Noble, odv. a similar die to last two coins, rev. E in centre with cross, 
pellet at base of top lis and at sides of bottom lis (LAL Group 
Ill, No. 7; N.1278; S.937). Obverse scratched, very fine and 
full but legends weak. 


290+ Noble, obv. same die as lots 287 and 288, rev. E in centre with cross, 
pellet at base and sides of top lis (LAL Group IIL, cf. Pl. XIX, 
5 for rev.; N.1278; S.937). Obverse very fine (rusty die), reverse 
extremely fine. 


291+ Noble, oby. similar but reads AQviT, rev. a similar die to last, pellet 
to right of top lis double-cut (LAL No. 8, the rev. not as 
described by LAL but as illustrated) (LAL Group III, Pl. XIX, 
5; N.1278; S.937). Has been cleaned and with dent by mast, 
almost very fine. 


292+ Noble, obv. a similar die to last, rev. a similar die to lot 286 (LAL 
Group III, No. 10; N.1278; S.936). Very fine. 


293+ Noble, a similar coin to last but reads EDW/ARDVS and aq—T (LAL 
Group III, No. 17; N.1278; S.936). Obverse double-struck, 
otherwise very fine. 


294+ Noble, obv. same die as last, rev. a similar die to last (LAL Group 
III, No. 17 var.; N.1278; S.936). Very fine and full, with red 
tone. 


295+ Half-noble, oby. a Treaty, Group b, die with annulet before Epwarp, 
A barred only in aQr, cf. lot 242, rev. normal legend with Treaty 
lettering and double saltire stops, E in centre with pellet (LAL 
Pl. XIX, 6; N.1282; S.941). Reverse off-centre, almost very fine, 
excessively rare. 


£125.00 


£145.00 


£250.00 


£260.00 


£105.00 


£190.00 


£135.00 


£270.00 


£1,200.00 


£290.00 


£115.00 


£240.00 


£250.00 


£320.00 


£170.00 


£120.00 


£270.00 


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CALAIS MINT 


No quarter-nobles known. 
Lot 


296} Noble, oby. same die as lot 282 (London?), rev. IHC AVTEM TRANCIENS 
PER MEDIV ILLORV IBAT, double saltire stops, C in centre (LAL 
Group I, No. 2; N.1279; S.940). Almost extremely fine, very 
rare, 


297+ Noble, obv. same die as lots 282 (London?) and 296, rev. reads 
TRANSIENS PER (no stop) MEDIVM ILLORVM (LAL Group I, No. 
3; N.1279; S.940). Obverse double-struck, reverse very fine, 
very rare. 


2987 Noble, obv. same die as lot 281 (London), rev. same die as last (LAL 
Group I, No. 4/3; N.1279; S.940). Rusty obverse die, extremely 
fine and very rare, an interesting die link. 


299+ Noble, obv. same London die as lots 281 and 298, rev. reads MEDIV 
ILLORVM, C in centre reversed (LAL Group I, No. 5; N.1279; 
8.940). Bent but full, almost very fine, very rare and an 
interesting die link. 


300 Noble, obv. EDW/ARD DI GRA REX ANGL F FRANC DNS HIB F AQVIT, 
new Post-Treaty lettering, saltire stops (double before Agvir, 
single after), quatrefoil over sail, ropes 3-1, lis on ship 1-1-1-1, 
flag at stern, rev. similar to Treaty, Group b, dies of London 
with barred A in 1BaT and E in centre (LAL Group IJ; N.1280; 
S.938). Very fine and full, an extremely rare “‘true’’ Post- 
Treaty/Treaty mule; ex Bredgar Hoard. 


301+ Noble, obv. same die as last, rev. a similar die to last (LAL Group 
II; N.1280; $.938). Has been gilt and had a mount removed at 
top, otherwise very fine, an extremely rare “‘true’’ Post-Treaty/ 
Treaty mule. 


302+ Noble, obv. similar without saltire after AQviT, rev. normal legend 
with Post-Treaty lettering and double saltire stops (single after 
IBAT), E in centre with pellet and pellet at base and sides of top 
and bottom lis (LAL Group II, as No. 1; N.1281; S.939). 
Small, otherwise very fine. 


303+ Noble, oby. same die as last, rev. similar to last but no saltire after 
iBAT and the bottom lis has no pellet at the base (LAL Group 
Il, No. 1/3; N.1281; S.939). Almost extremely fine. 


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304+ Noble, oby. same die as last two lots, rev. no saltire after 1BAT, E in 
centre with pellet and pellet at base and sides of top and bottom 
lis (LAL Group III, No. 1*; N.1281; S.939). Almost extremely 


fine. 


305+ Noble, a similar coin to last with pellet below shield on ohv. (LAL 
Group III; N.1281; S.939). Extremely fine. 


3067 Noble, oby. same die as last, rev. a similar die to lot 302 (LAL Group 
Ill, No. 4; N.1281; S.939). Almost extremely fine. 


3077 Noble, ody. same die as last two lots, rev. E in centre with pellet, two 
pellets to left of top lis and a single pellet to left of bottom lis 
(LAL Group III, No. 5; N.1281; 8.939). Almost extremely 


fine. 


3087 Noble, ody. a similar die to last, rev. pellet at sides of top lis only 
(LAL Group UI, No. 7; N.1281; 8.939). One edge weak, almost 
extremely fine. 


309+ Noble, obv. same die as last, pellet below shield not struck up, rev. 
a similar die to lot 302 with double saltire after i1narT (LAL 
Group III, No. 7*; N.1281; $.939). Almost extremely fine. 


310+ Noble, ody. similar to last without pellet below shield, pellet at top of 
flagpole omitted, rev. a similar die to lot 305 (LAL Group III; 
N.1281; S.939). Extremely fine. 


311+ Half-noble, oby. EDW/ARD DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC D, Saltire, quatre- 
foil over sail, ropes 3-1, lis on ship 1-1-1, flag at stern, fore- and 
sterncastles plain, rev. DOMINE NE IN FVRORE TVO ARGVAS ME, 
double saltire stops (omitted after IN, single after ME), E in 
centre (LAL Group HI, No. 2; N.1283; S.942). Very fine but 
small, extremely rare. 


312+ Half-noble, obv. similar, reads ED/WARD and D omitted, rev. all 
double saltire stops, E(?) in centre (LAL Group III, No. 3; 
N.1283; 8.942). Very fine and extremely rare. 


313+ Half-noble, oby. same die as last, rev. without saltire after Me, E in 
centre (LAL Group III; N.1283; S.942). Very fine but small, 
extremely rare. 


£310.00 


£350.00 


£280.00 


£310.00 


£270.00 


£300.00 


£440.00 


£520.00 


£560.00 


£500.00 


£550.00 


£720.00 


£240.00 


£14.00 


£8.00 


£54.00 


£700.00 


£780.00 


40 


Richard II/Edward Ii mule 
LoT 


314 Half-noble, London, oby. RIC/ARD DI GRA RE[X A]NGL F FR D H F, RIC 
Of RICARD possibly overcut, saltire stops (mixed), annulet over 
sail, neither lis and lions nor nails in planking on ship’s side, 
rev. normal legend, double saltire stops (omitted after IN), E 
in centre with pellet (N.1310/1282; S.1077/941). Has been 
mounted and gilt, small but fine, excessively rare, neither die 
otherwise recorded. 


Edward III/Richard II mules 


3157 Noble, Calais, obv. similar to lots 300-311, no saltire after AQVIT, rev. 
normal legend, double saltire stops, R in centre (N.1281/1306; 
S.939/1069). Rather small, otherwise very fine, extremely rare. 


3167 Noble, Calais, similar, dies differ (N.1281/1306; S.939/1069). Very 
double-struck, extremely rare. 


Forgeries and Electrotypes 
317+ Contemporary forgery of a London quarter-noble, perhaps with lis 
in centre of rev. (Treaty issue). Small but fine. 


318+ Contemporary forgery, gilt base metal, of a quarter-noble, crude 
workmanship. Fine. 


319 Electrotype copies of a florin, leopard and helm of the Third Period, 
1344 Coinage. All very fine. 


Edward the Black Prince 


320 cu (or chaise), Bordeaux, oby. Prince enthroned, rev. ornate cross 
in quatrefoil, lis in lst quarter, B at end of legend. Very fine 
and full, rare; ex Lockett (31). 


321 Hardi d’or, Bordeaux, obv. threequarter-length figure facing, rev. 


cross fleury with tressure of ten arches, B at end of legend. 
Almost extremely fine, rare; ex Lockett (34). 


END OF FIRST DAY’S SALE 


4] 
Second Day’s Sale 
Thursday, 8th June, 1972 


commencing at 1 p.m. precisely 


SILVER COINS 


Coins illustrated are marked * 


Edward I 
Lor 


322 Groat, London, obv. bust facing in quatrefoil, treble pellet stops, 
rev. trefoils in cross ends, pellet-barred N in DNS (Fox No. 
6/3; N.1008/1005; S.802). Bust obliterated and reverse 
with traces of old gilding, but fine for the issue, very rare. 


EDWARD III 
FIRST COINAGE (1327-35) 


323* Penny, Bury, types as Edward pence with lettering of Type XVc 
(Roman N, round E and H with inturned foot) but with 
pellets in obv. legend typical of Type XVd (N.1099 (or 
1068); S.945 (or 883)). Very fine but weak in parts, very 
rare; ex W. G. Wallace and R. Carlyon-Britton. 


324 Penny, Canterbury, Lombardic N’s both sides, initial cross of 
four wedges with pellet in centre on obv., three extra 
pellets in 4th quarter on rev. (Fox Type XVd; N.1096: 
S.946/7). Weak in centre both sides, otherwise very fine, 
extremely rare; ex Lockett (3024). 


325 Penny, Durham, Bishop de Bury, rev. with crown in centre, 
Roman N (Fox Type X Vd; N.1097; S.948). Small and only 
fair, very rare; ex R. Carlyon-Britton. 


326 Penny, York, obv. initial cross of four wedges, Lombardic N, rev. 
quatrefoil in centre, three extra pellets in 4th quarter (Fox 
Type XVd; N.1098; S.951). Off-centre, almost very fine, 
rare; ex Lockett (1269). 


327 Halfpenny, Berwick. obv. EDWARDVS DEI GRA R, pellet stops, rev. 
VILLA BERVVICI, bear’s head in Rvv quarter (Blunt VIIIa; 
N.1089; $.953). Fine and very rare; ex Whitton. 


£240.00 


z/100 


£75.00 


£95.00 


£40.00 


£100.00 


£32.00 


£60.00 


£55.00 


£60.00 


£44.00 


£44.00 


£80.00 


£75.00 


£55.00 


£60.00 


£45.00 


Lor 


328 


42 
SECOND COINAGE (1335-43) 


Halfpence, London (6), with star at end of legends, various 
(N.1102; S.958). Fair to fine; ex Lawrence (1102). 


THIRD (FLORIN) COINAGE (1344-51) 


329* Penny, London, with low crown and annulet stops on obv., Lom- 


330 


331 


332 


S35 


334 


ee) 


336 


gov 


bardic N’s both sides (Fox Type A; N.1117; see note to 
S.961-4). Very fine and extremely rare; ex Lawrence 
(504). 


Penny, London, obv. reads REX, both N’s Roman and reversely 
barred, no stops, rev. Lombardic N’s (Fox Type C; N.1119; 
see note to $.961-4). Obverse fine, reverse very fine, ex- 
tremely rare. 


Penny, London, similar (Fox Type C; N.1119; see note to S.961- 
4). A little small but better than fine, extremely rare; ex 
Lawrence (504). 


Penny, London, similar to last two coins with rounder face (Fox 
Type C; N.1119; see note to S.961-4). Fine, very rare. 


Pence, London (7), reading EDwW with annulet stops, Lombardic 
N’s both sides (Fox Types 1 and 1A (6); N.1113; S.961). 
Fine or better. 


Pence, London (8), reading EDWA with annulet stops, Lombardic 
N’s both sides (Fox Type 2; N.1114; 5.962). Mostly very 


fine. 


Pence, London (8), similar, one with Roman N’s on rev. (Fox 
Type 2; N.1114; $.962). Mostly very fine. 


Pence, London (7), all with obv. reading EDw, Roman N’s and 
annulet stops, rev. Lombardic N’s (2) and Roman N’s (5) 
(Fox Type 3; N.1115; S.963). Mostly very fine. 


Pence, London (8), all with obyv. reading EDw, Roman N’s 
reversely barred, no stops, rev. Lombardic N’s (Fox Type 
4; N.1116; $.964). Fine or very fine. 


Pence, London (6), rev. similar to last with Lombardic N (3), 
rev. with Roman N (2), one reversely barred and Roman 
N unbarred (1) (Fox Type 4; N.1116; S.964). Fine to very 
fine or better. 


Lor 
339 


340 


342 


343 


344 


345 


346 


43 


Penny, Canterbury, oby. reads EDw, Roman N unbarred, no 
stops, rev. Lombardic N; another, similar with Roman N’s 
reversely barred on oby. (N.1123; S.966). First small but 
fine, second fair, extremely rare. 


Penny, Durham, Bishop Hatfield, with crozier to left on rev., 
EDWARDVS REX AIN, chevron-barred A’s and distinctive 
bust, rev. CIVITAS DVNOLME (see BNJ XXIX, pp. 326-333 
and XXX, pp. 363-365; N.1124; 8.972). Fine, extremely 
rare. 


Penny, Durham, Bishop Hatfield, with crozier to left on rev., 
EDWAR R ANG DNS Hys, thin face, rev. VILA DVNOLME, 
chevron-barred A, pellet in annulet in centre (Fox Pl. IV, 
7; N.1127; S.971). Small but fine, very rare; ex R. Carlyon- 
Britton. 


Penny, Reading (Abbot), with scallop in (2nd) quarter of rev., 
reads VILLA RADINGY (N.1129; 8.973). Very fine, extremely 
rare. 


Penny, Reading, a similar coin from same oby. die (N.1129; 
S.973). Almost very fine, extremely rare; ex Ready (337). 


Pence, York, Archbishop de la Zouche, with quatrefoil in centre 
of rev. (2) (N.1130; S.974). Almost very fine and fine, rare. 


Halfpence, London (10), reading EDWARDVS REX, various, one 
with double saltire before REx (N.1131; 8.975). Mostly fine. 


Halfpence, London (10), similar to last lot (6) and reading 
EDWARDVS REX AN (4) (N.1131 and 1132; S.975). Mostly 


fine. 


Farthing, London, EDWARDVS REX, rev. Lombardic N’s (N.1135; 
S.977). Almost very fine, very rare; ex Potter. 


Farthing, London, similar (N.1135; $.977). Fine and very rare; 
ex Lawrence (517). 


Farthing, London, another, similar (N.1135; S.977). Small, fair 
only, very rare; ex Lawrence (517). 


10 


10 


£45.00 


£80.00 


£78.00 


£100.00 


£100.00 


£30.00 


£45.00 


£52.00 


£50.00 


£42.00 


£23.00 


44 
FOURTH COINAGE (1351-77) 
(18 grains to the penny) 
Pre-Treaty Period (1351-61) 
Series A 


(I.m. Cross pattée; round lettering with Lombardic M and N; 
penny with annulet in each quarter of reverse.) 


Pence (London and Durham) only are known. 


Lor 
Penny, London, oby. EDWARDVS REX ANGLIE, double annulet 


£20.00 350 
stops, rev. double annulet after ClvITAsS, annulet in each 
quarter and over T (LAL No. 2; N.1136; S.998). Very fine, 
rare. 1 
£25.00 351 Pence, London (2), similar to last without stop after CIVITAS 
(LAL No. 3; N.1136; S.998). Both about fine, rare. 2 
£17.00 352 Penny, London, similar to last lot but annulet over A on rey. 
(LAL No. 1/3 (C/A list); N.1136; S.998). Fine and a very 
1 


rare variety. 
353* Penny, Durham, Bishop Hatfield, with crozier to right on rev., 
EDWARDVS REX ANGLIE, double saltire stops, rev. VILLA 


£115.00 
DVRREM, single saltire before and double saltire after VILLA 
(see LAL pp. 50-51; N.1137; S.1006). Very fine and very 
1 


rare; ex Lockett (1285). 
Series B 
(I.m. Cross 1; open C and E, Roman M and N, wedge-tailed R.) 
Groat and half-groat only are known. 


Groat, London, oby. reads EWARD and HYBER, rev. annulet before 
DEVM but not after posvi (dies not listed by LAL; N.1142; 


£68.00 354 
8.978). Very fine and full, rare. 
£62.00 355 Groat, London, normal reading (LAL No. 1/4; N.1142; S.978) 
Very fine and rare; ex Morrieson (139). 
£72.00 356 Groat, London, obv. pellet stops (LAL No. 2/9; N.1142; S.978) 
A little ragged and weak, otherwise extremely fine, rare. 
357. Groat, London, rev. LONDON begins in Ist quarter (LAL No. 3/8; 
N.1142; S.978). Almost very fine, rare. 


£42.00 


Lor 
358 


359 


45 


Groat, London, rev. pellet stops (LAL No. 5/3; N.1142; 8.978). 
Obverse fine, reverse very fine, rare. 


Groat, London, oby. reads HYBE, rev. V of DEVM double-cut to 
look like W (LAL No. 11; N.1142; 8.978). Almost ex- 
tremely fine, rare; ex Lawrence (1114). 


360* Groat, London, ody. reads HYBE, rev. pellet to left of initial cross 


361 


362 


363 


364 


365 


366 


367 


368 


(LAL No. 11-12/7; N.1142; S.978). Almost extremely fine, 
toned and rare. 


Groat, London, oby. annulet after HyB, rev. no stops (LAL No. 
15; N.1142; $.978). Slight corrosion, almost very fine, rare. 


Groat, London, ody. same die as last, rev. a similar die to lot 360 
(LAL No. 15/7; N.1142; S.978). Small with edge crack, 
but fine and rare. 


Half-groat, London, oby. reads FRANC, top arches not fleured, 
rev. pellet stops (LAL No. 4; N.1143; S.988). Jrregular 
(? piece missing) but very fine and rare. 


Half-groat, London, oby. reads FRANCI, no stop after, rev. annulet 
stops, after DEv and before ADIVTOREM (LAL No. 1 var./8; 
N.1143; S.988). Almost very fine, full but edges partly 
weak, rare. 


Half-groats, London (2), same dies as lot 363 and with obv. 
reading FRANCI, stop after (LAL Nos. 4 and 1/6; N.1143; 
S.988). Second pierced, both fine and rare. 


Half-groats, London (2), reading FRAN. rev. same die as lot 363 
(first coin) and reading FRANCI, all arches fleured, rev. 
DEV/M (LAL Nos. 5 and 9; N.1143; S.988). Second with 
small piece missing at top and edge crack at bottom, both 
about very fine. 


Half-groat, London, oby. a similar die to last coin, rev. no stops 
(LAL No. 10; N.1143; 8.988). Better than very fine, rare. 


Series C/A 


Pence, London (2), oby. two pellets over crown, A barred in 
ANGLI, rev. double annulet after clviras and obv. A un- 
barred in ANGLI, rev. annulet over A of Tas (LAL Nos. 2 
and 6/3; N.1149/1136; $.999/998). Almost extremely fine 
and almost very fine, both rare varieties. 


£36.00 


£70.00 


£115.00 


£26.00 


£25.00 


£36.00 


£34.00 


£18.00 


£30.00 


£44.00 


£34.00 


£7.00 


£20.00 


£34.00 


£36.00 


£50.00 


£28.00 


£22.00 


£32.00 


£38.00 


£28.00 


46 
Lor 


369 Pence, London (2), oby. similar to first coin in last lot and obv. 
similar to second coin in last lot, rev. no stops (LAL Nos. 
a and 6; N.1149/1136; S.999/988). Both chipped, about 

ne. 


Series A/C 


370 Penny, London, oby. as lots 350-352, rev. Roman N’s, A barred 
in CIlvITAS (LAL No. 1; N.1136/1149; $.998/999). Very 
fine but with edge crack, rare. 


Series C/B 


371* Half-groat, London, reads FRANCI, top arches not fleured, no 
stops, rev. same die as lot 363 (LAL No. 1; N.1148/1143; 
8.989 /988). Small but very fine, very rare. 


Series B/C 


372 Groat, London, obv. same die as lot 356, rev. Lombardic N’s, A 
barred in civiras (LAL No. 1; N.1142/1147; S.978/980). 
Very fine and rare. 


373* Groat, London, oby. same die as lots 356 and 372. rev. a similar 
die to last, stops vary (LAL No. 2; N.1142/1147; S.978/ 
980). Almost extremely fine, rare; ex Lawrence (1117). 


374 Groats, London (2), from different dies (N.1142/1147; S.978/ 
980). Almost very fine and fair, both rare. 


375 Groat, London, obv. no stops by Z, reads HyYI, rev. annulet after 
MEV, A unbarred in crviras (LAL No. 9?/—; N.1142/ 
1147; S.978/980). Almost very fine, rare. 


376 Groat, London, obv. same die as last, rev. A barred in CIVITAS 
(LAL No. 9?/1; N.1142/1147; $.978/980). Obverse a little 
weak but very fine, rare. 


377. Groats, London (2), obv. no stop before GRA, rev. same die as last 
and oby. A barred only in FRANC, rev. double annulet after 
MEV (LAL Nos. —/1 and 10; N.1142/1147; S.978/980). 
Fine with edge crack and very fine, both rare. 


378 Groats, London (2), from same (coarse) dies, oby. with apos- 
trophe after all abbreviated words (LAL No. 15; N.1142/ 
1147; S.978/980). Almost very fine and fine but small, 
both rare. 


47 
Lor 


379 Groats, London (2), obyv. annulet after HyB, rev. a similar die to 
lot 372 and oby. reads pi, annulet after REX (coarse work) 
(LAL No. 14/1 and 18 var.; N.1142/1147; S.978/980). 
Fine and very fine, both rare. 


380 Half-groat, London, obv. all arches fleured, rev. no stops (LAL 
No. 2; N.1143/1148; 8.988/989). Fine and very rare. 


Series C 


(I.m. Cross 1; closed C and E, Lombardic M, Roman N, wedge- 
tailed R, annulet stops; London pence with an annulet in each 
quarter.) 


381 Groats, London, reading pr G (12), with top arches fleured (10) 
and not fleured (2) (see LAL Nos. 1-10; N.1147; S.980). 
Four very fine, others fair to fine, some small. 


382 Groats, London, reading DEI G (10), with top arches fleured (7) 
and not fleured (3) (see LAL Nos. 11-22; N.1147; 8.980). 
Three very fine, others fair to fine. 


383 Groats, London, reading DG with top arches not fleured (7) (see 
LAL Nos. 23-26; N.1147; S.980). Zwo very fine, others 
fair to fine. 


384 Groats, London, reading DG with top arches fleured (12) (LAL 
Nos. 27-35; N.1147; S.980). Two very fine, others mostly 
fine or better. 


385* Groat, London, of similar type, oby. reads Hyr, all A’s with 
hooked right foot, rev. annulet after posvi (LAL No. 35 
var.; N.1147; S.978). Extremely fine and toned, a most 
attractive specimen; ex Lockett (1289). 


386 Half-groats, London, with all arches fleured, reading FRANCI (8) 
(see LAL Nos. 1-4; N.1148; S.989). Mostly fine. 


387 Half-groats, London, with all arches fleured, reading FRact (2), 
from same oby. die, rey. dies differ (N.1148: $.989). One a 
little irregular, both very fine. 


388 Ha‘f-groats, London, with all arches fleured, reading FRANC (6) 
(see LAL Nos. 6-11; N.1148; S.898). Two almost very fine, 
others mostly fair or better. 


12 


10 


12 


£40.00 


£29.00 


£52.00 


£44.00 


£32.00 


£58.00 


£90.00 


£26.00 


£19.00 


£26.00 


£32.00 


£46.00 


£28.00 


£24.00 


£20.00 


£38.00 


£24.00 


£28.00 


£60.00 


£38.00 


48 
Lor 


389 Half-groats, London, top arches not fleured, reading FRANCI (10) 
(see LAL Nos. 1-6; N.1148; $.989). Three very fine, others 
fair or fine. 


390 Half-groats, London, top arches not fleured, reading FRANC (11) 
(see LAL Nos. 6-10; N.1148; $.989). One almost extremely 
fine, others mostly fair or better. 


391 Pence, London (4) (LAL Nos. 1, 2, 3/2, 3/—; N.1149; S.999). 
All very fine. 


392 Pence, London (5), one with two pellets over crown, same obv. 
die as C/A mule, lot 368 (LAL Nos. 2 (C/A list)/4, 4/2, 
4 (2) and 5; N.1149; S.999). Fine or very fine, first a rare 
variety. 


393* Penny, Durham, Bishop Hatfield, with crozier on rev., reads 
DVNELMI, hooked A’s both sides (cf. LAL No. 4; N.1150; 
8.1007). Better than very fine. 


394 Pence, Durham, Bishop Hatfield, with crozier on rev., reading 
DVNELMIE (6), various (see LAL Nos. 1-4; N.1150; S.1007). 
Fine or better. 


395 Pence, Durham, Bishop Hatfield, with crozier on rev. (9), 
DVNELMIE (7) and DVNELMI (2), various (see LAL Nos. 1-4; 
N.1150; S.1007). Fair to fine. 


396 Pence, Durham, Bishop Hatfield, with crozier on rev. (5), one 
with trefoil of pellets on breast, some perhaps later than 
Series C (see LAL Nos. 1-5; N.1150; $.1007). Mostly fine. 


Series B/D 


397* Groat, London, reads DG, rev. reads Povi (Potter p. 142 and 
Pl. X, 5; N.1142/1152; S.978/981). Obverse fine, reverse 
better, the only recorded specimen of this mule; ex R. 
Carlyon-Britton and Potter. 


Series D/C 


398* Groats, London (2), obv. normal R (single punch), double annulet 
after HY B, large crown with fleurs above, rev. wedge- 
tailed R, open C and normal type with similar letter forms, 
C for E in EDWaRD (Potter Pl. X, 8 and 9; N.1152/1147; 
S.981/980). First fine and very unusual variety with fleurs 
over crown, second very fine, both rare. 


10 


HT 


49 
bor 


399 Groats, London, with top arches fleured (3), reading EDWARD and 
CDWARD (2), one with no stops by first D, the other with no 
stops by either D (N.1152/1147; S.981/980). First with 
very rough surface, all fine and rare. 


Series C/D 


400 Half-groats, London, with top arches fleured (2), one reads 
CIVITAS LONDEN beginning at left, annulet after DEV and 
before ADIVTOREM (LAL Nos. —/2 and 5?; N.1148/1154; 
S.989/990). Both fine and rare. 


401 Half-groats, London, with top arches not fleured (6), one with 
stop to left of initial cross, after pos— and before and after 
—vi (see LAL Nos. 2-4; N.1148/1154; S.989/990). Two 
fine, others less so, rare. 


402 Pence, London (6), all with obv. wedge-tailed R, rev. N’s un- 
barred (5) and N’s reversely barred (? coarse style. perhaps 
Series C) (N.1149/1156; S.999/1000). Last fair, others very 
fine. 


Series D 


(1.m. Cross 1, usually from a damaged punch; closed C and E, 

Lombardic M, Roman N, curly-tailed R, annulet stops; London 

pence with an annulet in each quarter, the reverses usually with 
unbarred N’s or of coarse work.) 


403 Groats, London (8), with N’s (reversely) barred both sides (1) 
and with N’s (reversely) barred on rev. only (7), varieties 
include C’s for E’s and Z omitted (see LAL Nos. 1-15; 
N.1152; $.981). Four are very fine, three fine and one fair. 


404 Groats, London (8), with N’s (reversely) barred on rev. only (4), 
varieties include C’s for E’s, LONDOM, LONDON (second A 
unbarred) and Povi (same die as B/D mule, lot 397) and 
with N unbarred both sides (4), two with C’s for E’s 
(N.1152; S.981). Three are very fine, others mostly fine. 


405 Groats, London, with N’s unbarred both sides (8), varieties 
include C’s for E’s, FRANE, FRAC and FRACIC (=first C cut 
under N) (N.1152; 8.981). Four very fine, others fair or 


fine. 


406* Groats, York (2), from same dies, G(RA) omitted on oby. (LAL 
No. 1; N.1153; S.986). Very fine (illustrated) and fine but 
obverse scratched, rare. 


£34.00 


£23.00 


£36.00 


£34.00 


£50.00 


£52.00 


£46.00 


£50.00 


£26.00 


£24.00 


£44.00 


£14.00 


£10.00 


£52.00 


£28.00 


£30.00 


£62.00 


Lor 
407 


408 


409 


410 


411 


412 


413 


414 


415" 


416 


50 


Half-groats, London, with N’s reversely barred on rev. (6), 
varieties include C’s for E’s and Loipon (N.1154; S.990). 
Two very fine, others fair or fine. 


Half-groats, London, with N’s unbarred on rev. (7), varieties 
include C’s for E’s, square E in EDWARD, no fleurs at cusps 


(N.1154; S.990). One very fine, others mostly fair or better, 
last rare. 


Half-groats, York (4), C’s for E’s on obv. (3) and square E in 
EDWARD (LAL Nos. 1 and 3?; N.1155; S.995). Very fine, 
fine and fair (2). 


Pence, London (10), various (see LAL Nos. 1-7; N.1156; S.1000). 
Five are very fine, others fine. 


Pence, York, Royal, without quatrefoil in centre of rev. (2), with 
and without stop before z on oby. (N.1157; S.1016). Both 
partly weak but very fine. 


Penny, York, Archbishop Thoresby, with quatrefoil in centre of 
rev., i.m. cross 1 perhaps from a damaged punch (not listed 
by LAL; N.1157; S.1018). Legends almost illegible, fair 
only but very rare; ex Winstanley. 


Pence, Durham, Bishop Hatfield, with crozier on rev., reading 
DVNELMIE (6), varieties include EIVITAS and square E in 
EDWARD (LAL Nos. 1 and 2; N.1159; $.1008). Mostly fine 
or better. 


Series E/D 


Groat, London, oby. i.m. cross 2, early horizontal-tailed R, rev. 
im. cross 1 from a damaged punch, curly-tailed R, N’s 
unbarred (not listed by LAL; N.1163/1152; S.982/981). 
Off-centre, fine, an extremely rare London mule; ex Poiter. 


Groat, London, obv. im. cross 2, fork-tailed R, rev. im. cross 1 
from a damaged punch, curly-tailed R, barred N’s (not 


listed by LAL; N.1163/1152; S.982/981). Obverse fine, - 


reverse very fine, an extremely rare London mule; ex Potter. 


Groats, York, with curly-tailed R of Series D both sides (2), 
EBORACI CIVITAS and CIVITAO EBORACI (LAL Nos. 1 and 2; 
N.1164/1153; S.987/986). Very fine or better. 


10 


Lor 
417 


418 


419 


426 


421 


422 


423 


424 


425 


426 


St 


Groats, York (7), varieties include curly-tailed and fork-tailed R 
on oby., CIVITAO (see LAL Nos. 1-5; N.1164/1153; $.987/ 
986). Fair to fine. 


Half-groats, London (2), dies differ (LAL Nos. 4 and 5 var.; 
N.1165/1154; $.991/990). Fair and very fine, rare. 


Series D/E 


Groats, London (6), various (see LAL Nos. 1-2; N.1152/1163: 
S.981/982). One with piece missing at edge, others fine or 
better. 


Groats, London (6), various (see LAL Nos, 2-3; N.1152/1163; 
S.981/982). One turned over in the die, mostly fine. 


Half-groats, London, with horizontal-tailed R on rev. (5), varie- 
ties include C’s for E’s, square E in EDWARD and no stops 
(see LAL Nos. 1-3; N.1154/1165; S.990/991). Fine or very 


fine. 
Series E 


(I.m. Cross 2; flat-topped C and E later broken at bottom, R 

with curly tail (Series D), horizontal tail or forked tail, annulet 

stops; some London groats and a (rare) London penny with 
square E in EDWARD.) 


Groats, London, with (early) horizontal-tailed R on obv. (7), with 
normal R? from damaged punch on rev. (see LAL Nos. 
1-7; N.1163; S.982). Mostly very fine. 


Groats, London, with (early) horizontal-tailed R (6), varieties 
include normal R ? from damaged punch on rev. (same die 
as in last lot) and ‘ball-tailed’ R (see LAL Nos. 1-7; N.1163; 
S.982). Mostly fine or better. 


Groats, London, with square E in EDWARD (8), various (see LAL 
Nos. 9-10; N.1163; S.982). One very fine, others fair or 


fine. 
Groats, London, with square E in EDWARD (10), two read EDVARD 


(see LAL Nos. 11-16; N.1163; S.982). Mostly fine or 
better. 


Groats, London, with normal E and fork-tailed R (10), various, 
one reads LompoM (see LAL Nos. 17-24; N.1163; $.982). 
Mostly fair or fine. 


10 


10 


£26.00 


£25.00 


£30.00 


£28.00 


£46.00 


£65.00 


£34.00 


£30.00 


£50.00 


£28.00 


£60.00 


£36.00 


£52.00 


£42.00 


£70.00 


£54.00 


£30.00 


£75.00 


£24.00 


£17.00 


Lot 
427 


52 


Groats, London, with normal E and fork-tailed R (11), various 
(see LAL Nos. 25-37; N.1163; $.982). Four are very fine, 
others fair or fine. 


428* Groat, London, with normal E and fork-tailed R, rev. A/1VTORD/ 


429 


430 


431 


432 


433 


434 


435 


436 


EM and annulet in 3rd (cIv1) quarter (not listed by LAL; 
N.1163; S.982). Obverse double-struck but very fine and an 
extremely rare variety; ex Potter. 


Groats, London, with N’s unbarred in LONDON (12), varieties 
include G cut over R?, ADCIVTOREM, ADCIVTEREM and 
LOMDON (see LAL Nos. 34-48; N.1163; S.982). Mostly fine 
or better. 


Groats, London, with lis on breast (8), varieties include G cut 
over D, ADCVM ADIVICV, LOMDOM (see LAL Nos. 50-54; 
N.1163; S.983). Two are very fine, others mostly fine. 


Groats, London, with lis on breast (8), varieties include C’s for 
E’s and LoNDOM (see LAL Nos. 54-61; N.1163; S.983). 
Mostly very fine. 


Groat, London, with large lis on all cusps except above crown 
(LAL No. 62; N.1163; S.983). Very fine and an extremely 
rare variety; ex Lockett (1293) and Potter. 


Groat, London, with large lis on all cusps except above crown, 
oby. same die as last, rev. E of ADVITOREM cut over M 
(LAL 62/—; N.1163; S.983). Almost very fine and an 
extremely rare variety; ex Mangakis. 


Groats, London, usually with broken letters (C and E) on one or 
both sides (17), various, one reads LONDOM (see LAL Nos. 
63-79; N.1163; S.982). Mostly fine, some better. 


Groat, London, with C and E broken both sides and only eight 
arches to tressure (no central breast cusp as with nine 
arches) (LAL No. 11(E/F list)/75; N.1163; $.982). Very 
fine with extensive fine scratching, a very rare variety; ex 
Potter. 


Groat, London, with broken C and E both sides and small lis at 
cusps except above crown (LAL No. 80; N.1163; S.983). 
Very fine but small. 


it 


2 


Lor 


437 


438 


439 


440 


441 


442 


443 


444 


445 


53 


Groats, London, with broken C and E both sides and small lis 
on all cusps except above crown (2), one from same oby. 
die as last (LAL No. 81; N.1163; S.983). One weak, other 
small, both fine. 


Groat, London, with broken C and E both sides and small lis on 
all cusps except over crown, oby. same die as lot 436, rev. 
CIVITAS begins (unusually) in 2nd quarter in which trefoil 
of pellets cut over crown? (LAL E/G list, No. 7; N.1163; 
S.983). Almost very fine, an extremely rare variety; ex 
Lockett (1298) and Potter. 


*.’ Perhaps out of order: see lots 476-477 and Potter, N.C. 
1960, pp. 151-153. 


Groat, London, ody. bust and lettering of unusual style, fleurs on 
all cusps (not recorded on a regular issue), both lines of the 
tressure of equal width, rev. normal style, N’s barred (first 
reversely) in LONDON (LAL p. 84, (a) and Potter p. 148; 
N.1163; S—). Almost very fine, extremely rare; ex Potter. 


Groat, London, ody. similar to last, rev. LOMDOM, some letters 
irregular (LAL p. 84, (b) and Potter, p. 148; N.1163; S—.). 
Smoothed, fine and extremely rare; ex Potter. 


Groats, York (3), with curly-tailed R of Series D both sides (1), 
fork-tailed R on rev. only (1), O of EBO overcut and fork- 
tailed R both sides (1) (N.1164; S.987). Last very fine, 
others nearly so. 


Groat, York, with fork-tailed R both sides, obv. no stop before 
HYB, rev. E of DEVM cut over D (LAL No. 13 var.; N.1164; 
S.987). Extremely fine and toned. 


Groat, York, with fork-tailed R both sides (4), varieties include 
MEI and PporRVI (see LAL Nos. 10-19; N.1164; $.987). Very 
fine and fine, others both fair. 


Half-groats, London (9), one with horizontal-tailed R on rev. 
with LONDON beginning in Ist quarter (see LAL Nos. 1-8; 
N.1165; S.991). One very fine, others mostly fine. 


Half-groats, London (11), varieties include C’s for E’s, crviToR 
(2) and broken C and E (see LAL Nos. 10-17: N.1165; 
S.991). Mostly fine. 


11 


£15.00 


£34.00 


£44.00 


£32.00 


232,00 


£54.00 


£22.00 


£40.00 


£40.00 


£55.00 


£40.00 


£16.00 


£16.00 


£50.00 


£22.00 


£38.00 


£56.00 


£40.00 


£17.00 


54 
Lor 


446 Half-groats, York (7), varieties include R of Series D both sides 
(E/D?), C’s for E’s, FRACN (see LAL Nos. 1-19; N.1166; 
S.996). One extremely fine, others mostly fine to very fine. 


447 Half-groats, York (3), with broken C on oby. (2) and with ten 
arches to tressure (LAL Nos. 6 and 11; N.1166; S.996). 
Extremely fine, fine and very fine, last a very rare variety. 


448* Half-groat, York, with ten arches to tressure, obv. same die as 
last coin, rev. die differs (LAL No. 11; N.1166; S.996). 
Very fine, a very rare variety; ex Potter. 


449 Half-groat, York, with lis on breast (LAL No. 12: N.1166; 
S.996). Very fine and a very rare variety; ex Potter. 


450 Pence, London (8), with annulets in quarters (5) and without (3), 
one reads clviros (see LAL Nos. 2-6; N.1167; S.1001). 
Last almost extremely fine, others mostly very fine. 


451 Pence, York, Royal (3), with fork-tailed R both sides (1), obv. 
fork-tailed R, rev. curly-tailed R of Series D, reads CBORACI 
(1) and with quatrefoil of annulets at end of obv. legend 
(1) WAL Nos. 2/5, 3-and 7; N.1168; S.1017): ast sine, 
others very fine or better. 


452 Pence, Durham, Bishop Hatfield, with crozier to right on rev., 
reading DVNELMIE (6), varieties include horizontal-tailed R 
(2) and quatrefoil of annulets at end of obv. legend (LAL 
Nos. 1-3; N.1170; S.1009). Two very fine, others fine (two 
weak). 


453* Halfpenny, London, EDWARDVS REX AN, annulet stops, Lombardic 
N’s both sides (LAL No. 1; N.1171; S.1021). Reverse off- 
centre but very fine and extremely rare; ex Winstanley. 


454 Halfpenny, London, similar to last without stop after REx (LAL 
No. 2; N.1171; S.1021). Bottom edge weak, almost very 
fine, extremely rare; ex Potter. 


Series E/F 


455 Groats, London, with square E in EDWARD (2), CIVITAS begins in 
3rd and 2nd quarter (LAL Nos. 1 and 3; N.1163/1174; 
S.982/984). Very fine and fine. 


55 
Lor 


456* Groat, London, with small lis on cusps except above crown and 
fleur on breast, rev. cIvITAS beginning in 2nd quarter (LAL 
No. 4?; N.1163/1174; S.982/984). Almost very fine, a 
very rare obverse variety not otherwise represented in this 
collection; ex Potter. 


457 Groats, London, with small lis on cusps except above crown and 
broken letters on oby. (2), one with civi in 3rd quarter, 
other with civiI in 2nd quarter, H of HyB cut over N on 
oby. (LAL. Nos. 6 and 7 var.; N.1163/1174; S.982/984). 
Both very fine. 


458 Groats, London, with broken C and E on oby. (3), CIVITAS 
LOMDON beginning in 3rd quarter, N’s unbarred in LONDON 
and reading DcvM with CiviTas beginning in 2nd quarter 
(see LAL Nos. 7-10; N.1163/1174; $.982/984). First almost 
very fine, others fair. 


459 Groat, London, obv. with broken C and E, only eight arches to 
tressure (same die as lot 435), rev. C’s for E’s (LAL No. 
12; N.1163/1174; S.982/984). Very fine and a very rare 
variety; ex Potter. 


460 Half-groats, London (3), civiTas beginning in 2nd quarter (2), 
one with broken C, D and E and civirTas beginning in 3rd 
quarter, no stops (LAL Nos. 1-3; N.1165/1175; S.991/992). 
Last very fine, others fine (second small), rare. 


461 Pence, Durham, Bishop Hatfield, with crozier to right on rev., 
reading DVRENE (3), all with rev. E broken at top and N 
reversely barred (LAL No. 3; N.1170/1177; S.1009/1010). 
Very fine, fine and fair. 


Series F/E 


462* Groat, London, rev. E broken at bottom (LAL No. 13; N.1174/ 
1163: $.984/982). Almost extremely fine, rare. 


463 Groats, London (3), all with broken E on rev. (LAL Nos. 13-14: 
N.1174/1163; $.984/982). Very fine, fine and fair (pierced), 
rare. 


464 Penny, Durham, Bishop Hatfield, with crozier on rev., reads 
DVNELMIE (LAL No. 5; N.1177/1170; S.1010/1009). Edge 
crack and small piercing, otherwise fine, rare. 


£25.00 


£44.00 


£18.00 


£30.00 


£34.00 


£44.00 


£38.00 


£28.00 


£17.00 


£42.00 


£24.00 


£20.00 


£28.00 


£32.00 


£32.00 


£26.00 


£23.00 


£30.00 


£24.00 


£34.00 


56 


Series F 


(I.m. Crown; C and E broken at top, normal R; half-groats 


have lis on all cusps of the tressure.) 
for 


465 Groats, London, with no broken letters (6), one reads LOMDOM 
(see LAL 1-19; N.1174; 8.984). Fine or very fine. 


466 Groats, London, with no broken letters (8), varieties include 
LOMDOM and C’s for E’s on rey. (see LAL Nos. 1-19; 
N.1174; 8.984). Fair or fine. 


467* Groat, London, with broken letters on obv. (LAL No. 20; 
N.1174; S.984). Very fine; ex Lockett (1296). 


468 Groats, London, with broken letters on rev. (6) (see LAL Nos. 
21-23; N.1174; S.984). One very fine, others fair to fine. 


469 Groats, London, with broken letters both sides (6) (see LAL Nos. 
24-29; N.1174; S.984). Mostly fine or better. 


470 Half-groats, London, with no broken letters (5), all read FRACI 
(see LAL Nos. 1-4; N.1175; S.992). Two very fine, two 
fine, one fair. 


471 Half-groats, London, with no broken letters (6), two read FRAC 
(see LAL Nos. 1-5; N.1175; S.992). One very fine, two 
fine, three fair. 


472 Half-groats, London, with broken C, D and E on rev. (4), one 
without stops on rev. (see LAL Nos. 8-9; N.1175; S.992). 
Fine. 


473 Pence, London (6), various (see LAL Nos. 1-4; N.1176; $.1002). 
Two very fine, others fine (one very small). 


474 Pence, Durham, Bishop Hatfield, with crozier on rev., reading 
DVRENE (3), one with broken letters on rev. (see LAL Nos. 
1-4; N.1177; S.1010). Last very fine, others fine. 


475* Penny, Durham, Bishop Hatfield, with crozier on rev., reads 
DVRENE, ‘local’ oby. die of crude work (N.1177; S.1010). 
Obverse legend weak, otherwise very fine. 


57 


Series E/G 


The groat mules are discussed at length by Potter, N.C. 1960, 


pp. Isi-153: 
Lot 


476 Groats, London, with obv. small lis at cusps, no broken letters 
(2, same die), rev. with large and small annulet in 2nd 
(cIv1) quarter, N’s barred (LAL Nos. 1 and 2; N.1163/ 
1193; $.982/985). Both off-centre but fine and very rare. 


477* Groat, London, with oby. trefoils at cusps, broken C? and E, 
rev. small annulet in 2nd (cIv1) quarter and large annulet? 
in Ist (DON) quarter, N’s reversely barred (not listed in 
LAL; N.1163/1193; $.982/985). Almost very fine but bent, 
very rare; ex Lawrence (1125). 


478 Half-groats, London (4), with oby. no broken letters (3), rev. no 
annulet in quarter (1) and annulet outside pellets in 2nd 
(LON) quarter (2, same die) and with ody. broken letters, F 
omitted, rev. same die as last two coins (see LAL Nos. 7-13; 
N.1165/1201-2; S.991/993). First fine, others fair, very 
rare. 


Series Ga/F 


479* Groats, London, with oby. annulet (double-cut) below bust, rev. 
1m. crown, D and E broken at top (2, same dies) (LAL 
No. 9; N.1193/1174; S.985/984). Very fine (illustrated) 
and fine, extremely rare. 


Series F/G 


480 Groats, London, with no broken letters on obv. (4). rev. with 
annulet outside pellet in 2nd (cIv1) quarter (2), with annulet 
in 2nd (cIv1) quarter (1) and without annulet (1) (see LAL 
Nos. 1-8; N.1174/1193; S.984/985). First two very fine, 
others fair and fine. 


481 Groats, London, with broken letters on oby. and annulet in 2nd 
(cIv1) quarter on rey. (4), various (sce LAL Nos. 4-8; 
N.1174/1193; S.984/985). Almost very fine (one scratched 
on obverse). 


482 Groats, London, with broken letters on obv. and annulet in 2nd 
(cIv1) quarter on rev. (3), various (see LAL Nos. 4-8; 
N.1174/1193; S.984/985). All very fine. 


to 


£38.00 


£28.00 


£26.00 


£52.00 


£32.00 


£30.00 


£38.00° 


£22.00 


£30.00 


£55.00 


£40.00 


£34.00 


£50.00 


£46.00 


£48.00 


£28.00 


Lor 
483 


484 


485 


486 


487 


488 


489 


490 


49] 


58 


Half-groats, London, with annulet outside pellets on rev. (3), in 
2nd (LON) quarter (2) and 4th (pon) quarter (1), various 
(see LAL Nos. 1-5; N.1175/1201; $.992/993). Fine. 


Half-groat, London, with annulet within pellets on rev. (4), in 
in 2nd (CIv1) quarter (2) and 3rd (Lon) quarter (2), various 
a LAL Nos. 8-13; N.1175/1201; $.992/993). Fine or 
etter. 


Half-groats, London, without annulet on rey. (7), varieties include 

DEV DCVM ADIM (2) (see LAL Nos. 6, 7 and 9; N.1175/ 

Le ss S.992/993). One very fine, others mostly fine or 
etter. 


Pence, London (7), with annulet in one quarter of rey. (5), CIVI 
(3), LON (1), Lom (1), and without annulet with C cut at top 
(2) (see LAL Nos. 1-4 and p. 172; N.1176/1205-6; $.1002/ 
1003). Mostly fine or very fine. 


Series G 


(I.m. Cross 3; E cut across top of back, broken at bottom, with 
extra long middle bar (late) and open (G h).) 


Groats, London, without annulet under bust, all arches fleured, 
annulet in 2nd (cIv1) quarter on rey. (5), all N’s barred 
(three reversely) in LONDON (LAL Ga, see Nos. G' and 9; 
N.1193; S.985). Mostly very fine. 


Groats, London, with annulet below bust and all arches fleured 
(9), rev. annulet in 2nd quarter (8) and in 3rd quarter (1), 
unbarred N’s in LONDON (LAL Ga, see Nos. 1-14; N.1193; 
S.985). Fine or very fine. 


Groats, London, with annulet below bust and all arches fleured 
(9), rev. annulet in 2nd quarter (8) and in Ist quarter (1), 
unbarred N’s in LONDON (LAL Ga, see Nos. 14-16; N.1193: 
S.985). One small, fine or very fine. 


Groats, London, with annulet below bust, all arches fleured on 
oby. (10), rev. annulet in 2nd quarter (8) and Ist quarter 
(2), last six with N’s unbarred in LONDON (LAL Ga, see 
Nos. 17-38; N.1193; S.985). Mostly fine or better. 


Groats, London, with annulet below bust, all arches fleured on 
oby. (2), rev. with annulet in Ist and 2nd quarter, LOMDOM 
and rev. with annulet in 4th (cIvi) quarter, N’s unbarred 
in LONDON (LAL Ga/Gb, Nos. 1 and 1*; N.1193/1194: 
S.985). Both very fine and rare. 


10 


Lor 
492 


493 


494 


495 


496 


497 


498 


499 


50 


Groats, London, without annulet below bust, top arches not 
fleured on oby. (4), rev. with N’s barred in LONDON, annulet 
in 2nd quarter (3) and rev. with N’s unbarred in LONDON, 
annulet in 3rd quarter (1) (LAL Gb/Ga, see Nos. 2-4; 
N.1194/1193; S$.985). Mostly very fine. 


Groats, London, with annulet in quarter under cIvI on rev. (9), 
2nd quarter (8), varieties include LoMpOoM (2), one with 
mixed lis and trefoils at cusps, and 3rd quarter (1) (LAL 
Gb, see Nos. 1-12; N.1194; S.985). One pierced and gilt, 
others mostly very fine. 


Groats, London (10), with annulet under TAS (6), varieties include 
ADIVTORCM, mixed lis and trefoils at cusps, broken letters 
(2) and with annulet under LON (4), 3rd quarter (3), one 
with E’s cut at top on rev., and 2nd quarter (1) (LAL Gb, 
Nos. 13-27; N.1194; 8.985). Fine or very fine. 


Groats, London (7), with annulet under DON (5), 4th quarter (4) 
and Ist quarter (1), three with letters cut at top and with 
no annulet in quarter (2), both with letters cut at top, one 
no stops on rev. (LAL Gb, see Nos. 28-35; N.1194; S.985). 
Mostly fine or better. 


Groats, London, with saltire stops on rev. (3), saltire in quarter 
under crv (2), one with letters cut at top and under Tas 
(1), reads EDWAD, E’s cut at top on obv. (LAL Gc, see Nos. 
1-7; N.1195; S.985). )Two very fine, other almost fine. 


Groats, London, with rev. saltire stops and saltire in quarter 
under LON (3), one reads EDWAD and FRNC with E’s cut at 
top on obyv. (LAL Gc, see Nos. 8-11; N.1195; 8.985). One 
very fine, others nearly so. 


Groats, London, with saltire stops on rev. (2), with saltire in 
quarter under DON and without saltire in quarter, D omitted 
on obv., E’s cut at top on rev. (LAL Gc, see Nos. 12-15; 
N.1195; S.985). Second very fine, first nearly so. 


Groats, London, with TA (pellet)s and large annulet stops on 
rev. (4), with annulet in Ist quarter (2) and 4th quarter (2), 
three with letters cut at top (LAL Gb or c/Gd; N.1194-5/ 
1196; S.985). Two very fine, two fine. 


10 


£30.00 


£42.00 


£52.00 


£38.00 


£22.00 


£22.00 


£20.00 


£26.00 


£34.00 


£21.00 


£21.00 


£15.00 


£28.00 


£18.00 


£12.00 


£40.00 


£28.00 


60 
Lor 


500. Groats, London, with Ta (pellet)s and large annulet stops both 
sides (3), with annulet in lst quarter and 4th quarter and 
without annulet in quarter, last two with E broken at 
lee (LAL Gd, see Nos. 1-5; N.1196; 8.985). All very 

ne. 


501 Groats, London, with obv. small annulet stops and rev. pellets in 
T—A-—S and large annulet stops (4), three omit D on obv., 
other with letters cut at top on obv. (LAL Gborc/Ge orf; 
N.1194-5 / 1196-7; S.985). Mostly fine. 


502 Groat, London, with large annulet stops, obv. no fleurs above 
crown, rey. pellets in T—A-—S, annulet in Ist quarter (LAL 
Gd/Georf; N.1196/1197-8; S.985). Very fine, rare; ex 
Potter. 


503* Groat, London, with all arches fleured and pellet above crown, 
rev. TA(pellet)s, large annulet stops and annulet in Ist 
(DON) quarter (LAL Ge/Gd, No. 1; N.1197/1196; S.985). 
Better than fine, rare; ex Winstanley. 


504 Groats, London (2), both with obv. small annulet stops, C and E 
cut at top, rev. pellets in T—A-—s, large annulet stops, 
annulet in Ist quarter, one with clvi recut (LAL Gborc/ 
Georf; N.1194-5/1197-8; S.985). One obverse woolly, 
both very fine and rare. 


505 Groats, London, with all arches fleured and pellet above crown 
on oby., pellets in T—A-—S and annulet in Ist quarter on 
rev. (4), varieties include flaw above N and at base of L in 
LONDON and S recut in clviras (LAL Ge, see Nos. 1-6; 
N.1197; S.985). One fair, others fine or better. 


506 Groat, London, oby. with fleurs above crown but not on shoul- 
ders, reads EDWAD, rev. TA(pellet)s, without annulet in 
quarter and E broken at bottom (LAL Gf/Gd, No. 1; 
N.1198/1196; S.985). Ragged, almost very fine, rare; ex 
Mangakis. 


507 Groats, London (3), all with obv. same die as last, rev. pellets in 
T—A-—S and annulet in Ist quarter, D double-cut and N 
broken below (2) in LONDON (LAL Gf, Nos. 2 and 4; 
N.1198; S$.985). All about very fine. 


508 Groat, London, obv. arches fleured and pellet above crown, rev. 
saltire stops, pellets in T—A-—S, annulet in Ist quarter 
(LAL. ‘Ge/Gs, No. 1; N.1197/11995 3.985). dee crack, 
almost extremely fine, rare; ex Potter. 


61 
Lor 


509 Groat, London, oby. saltire stops, small lis on neck, top arches 
not fleured, rev. pellets in T—A-—S, annulet in Ist quarter 
and flaw at base of L in LONDON (LAL Gg/Ge, No. 2: 
N.1199/1197; S.985). Dented, fine and rare; ex Lawrence 
(536). 


510 Groats, London (3), all with obv. fleurs above crown but not on 
shoulders, EDWAD, rev. saltire stops, pellets in T—A-S, 
annulet in lst quarter (LAL Gf/Gg, see Nos. 1-3; N.1198/ 
1199; S.985). Fine. 


511 Groats, London, with saltire stops both sides (6), two fleurs (2), 
one fleur (1) and without fleurs (3) above crown (LAL 
Gg, see Nos. 1-7; N.1199; S.985). One very fine, others 
fine or better. 


512 Groats, London, with open E on obv. and saltire stops both sides 
(4), various (LAL Gh/Gg, see Nos. 1-5; N.1200/1199; 
S.985). One pierced and gilt, one fair and two nearly very 
fine. 


513* Groat, London, with open E both sides (LAL Gh, No. 1; N.1200; 
S.985). Bust scratched and weak in centre both sides, other- 
wise fine, the only recorded specimen of this sub-type; ex 
Lawrence (1128) and Mangakis. 


514 Half-groats, London, with annulet below bust on odv., annulet 
in 2nd (cIv1) quarter and N’s reversely barred in LONDON 
on rev. (7), one without fleurs above crown (LAL Ga, see 
Nos. 1-12; N.1201; $.994). Mostly fine or better. 


515 Half-groats, London, with annulet below bust (4), rev. annulet in 
2nd (cIv1) quarter (3), normal N’s (2) and unbarred N’s (1) 
in LONDON and with annulet in 3rd (civ) quarter (LAL Ga, 
see Nos. 1-8; N.1201; S.994). All about very fine (two 
small). 


516 Half-groats, London, with annulet below bust on ody., unbarred 
N’s in LONDON on rey. (3), with annulet in 4th (TAs) quarter 
(2) and 4th (DON) quarter (1) (LAL Ga, see Nos. 16, 18 
and 19; N.1201; 8.994). One cracked, fine or better. 


517 Half-groats, London, with annulet below bust on obv., no annulet 
in quarter and unbarred N’s in LONDON on rev. (3) (LAL 
Ga, see Nos. 20-23; N.1201; 8.994). Two nearly very fine, 
other extremely fine but obverse double-struck. 


£36.00 


£23.00 


£32.00 


£32.00 


£42.00 


£32.00 


£24.00 


£15.00 


£28.00 


£13.00 


£13.00 


£15.00 


£28.00 


£36.00 


£13.00 


£26.00 


£15.00 


£24.00 


Lor 
518 


1, 


520 


521 


522 


523 


524 


25 


526 


62 


Half-groats, London, without fleurs above crown (3), annulet in 
Ist (DON) quarter, vI of PoSvI recut and without annulet 
in quarter (2), both with C and E cut at top (LAL Gb, see 
Nos. 2-5; N.1202; S.993). Two fine, other pierced. 


Half-groat, London, ody. annulet under bust, rev. saltire stops, 
C and E cut at top, no annulet in quarter (LAL Ga/Gc, 
No. 1; N.1203; S.994). Almost very fine, rare; ex Law- 
rence (538). 


Half-groat, London, obv. fleur at left of hair omitted, C and E 
cut at top, rev. saltire stops, C and E broken at top (LAL 
Gb/Gc, No. 1; N.1203; 8.993). Almost very fine. 


Half-groats, London (3), all with obv. annulet under bust, rev. 
pellets in T—A-—S, large annulet stops, no pellet in quarter 
(LAL Ga/Gf, see Nos. 1-5; N.1204; S.994). Fine or better, 
rare. 


Half-groats, London, with oby. top arches not fleured, C and E 
cut at top, rev. pellets in T—A-—S, large annulet stops, no 
pellet in quarter (7), fleur at left omitted (5), fleur at right 
omitted (1), neither fleur omitted (1) (LAL Gb/Gf, sée Nos. 
1-9; N.1204; S.993). Fine or very fine. 


Pence, London, reading ANGL, no annulet below bust or in quarter 
on rey. (2) (LAL Ga, see Nos. 1-2*; N.1205; $.1004). Both 
off-centre, very fine and fine. 


Pence, London, reading ANGLI F with annulet below bust (5), rev. 
annulet in CIviI quarter (3), no annulet in quarter (1) and 
extra pellet? in cIvi quarter (LAL Ga; N.1205; S.1004). 


Fine or very fine. 


Penny, London, oby. reads ANGLI, no stops and no annulet below 
bust, rev. annulet in LON quarter (LAL Gb/Ga; N.1206/ 
1205; $.1003). Dented but fine, the sub-mule apparently 
unrecorded, the obverse die occurs with a Ge reverse (see 
lot 527); ex Winstanley. 


Pence, London (4), reading ANGL F with different bust (2), both 
with annulet in cIvI quarter and reading ANGLI, normal 
bust, rev. no annulet in quarter (2) (LAL Gb, see Nos. 1-2 
and Uncertain, No. 2; N.1206; S.1003). One fine, others 


very fine. 


Lor 
527 


528 


529 


530 


332 


Spe 


534* 


535 


536 


63 


Pence, London (2), both with oby. reading ANGLI, no stops (same 
die as lot 525), rev. with saltire in Clvi and TAS quarters 
(LAL Gb/Ge; N.1206/1207; S.1005). Fine or better, rare. 


Pence, London, with saltire stops on obyv. (2), one with rev. 
saltire in TAS quarter, the other perhaps similar or without 
saltire in quarter due to weak striking, S of CIvITAS cut 
ever-? (LAL Go, Nos: 3 and'5?; N.1207; S:1005). Very 
fine and fine. 


Pence, London (2), both with oby. reading ANGLI F, rev. pellets in 
T—A-—S and Saltire before LONDON (LAL Gf/Gg, see Nos. 
1-3; N.1208 (=1209), S.1003). Almost very fine. 


Penny, York, Archbishop Thoresby, with quatrefoil enclosing 
pellet in centre of rev., small annulet stops, no marks (LAL 
Ga; N.1210; S.1019). Small but very fine; ex Lawrence 
(534). 


Pence, York, Archbishop Thoresby, with quatrefoil enclosing 
pellet in centre of rev. (3), with annulet on bust, rev. pellet 
in TA—S (1), pellets in T—A—S (1) and with local obv. die 
(1) (LAL Gd, Gf and Uncertain (b); N.1211-2; $.1019-20). 
Fine but not well struck. 


Pence, York, Archbishop Thoresby, with quatrefoil in centre of 
rey. (2), both with oby. saltire stops, one with rev. pellets 
in T—A-—S (LAL Gg; N.1213; S.1019). Both fine. 


Penny, York, Archbishop Thoresby, with quatrefoil in centre of 
rev., open (late) E both sides (LAL Gh; cf. N.1214; $.1019). 
Fair only, extremely rare, only listed by LAL as a reverse 
mule; ex Winstanley. 


Penny, Durham, Bishop Hatfield, with crozier on rev., reads 
DVREME, annulet below bust (LAL Ga, No. 2/4; N.1215; 
S.1012). Almost very fine. 


Penny, Durham, Bishop Hatfield, with crozier on rev., reads 
ANGLI F, large annulet stops, rev. pellet before DVREME 
(LAI. GF; No: 23 ¢7 NAZIS; “SM0L]). Fine and rare-ex 
Winstanley. 


Pence, Durham, Bishop Hatfield, with crozier on rev. (2), one 
with obv. late closed E, the other with trefoil on breast, 
both with rev. pellets in T—-A-—S (LAL Gg, Nos. 1 and 4; 
N.1220; $.1011 and 1014). Both fine. 


£12.00 


£14.00 


£16.00 


£13.00 


£19.00 


£15.00 


£52.00 


2100 


£34.00 


£40.00 


£44.00 


£20.00 


£105.00 


£110.00 


£90.00 


£21.00 


£65.00 


£42.00 


£9.00 


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537* Penny, Durham, Bishop Hatfield, with crozier on rev., large 
annulet stops, rev. DVRELMIE, open (late) E (LAL Gd/Gh; 
N.1218/1221; §.1015). Fine and very rare, the mule not 
listed by LAL; ex Winstanley. 


538 Penny, Durham, Bishop Hatfield, with crozier on rev., saltire 
stops, open (late) E, rev. DVREME, late closed E, pellets in 
T-A-—S (LAL Gh/Gg, see Nos. 1-2; N.1221/1220; S.1015/ 
1011). Almost fine, rare; ex Winstanley. 


Treaty Period (1361-69) 
Transitional Series (1361) 


(I1.m. Cross Potent; large H and I; obverse with French title 

omitted and replaced on groats only by Aquitaine title; annulet 

at cusps by crown (groats and half-groats) and in upper quarters 
of initial cross (penny, ? London only).) 


539 Groat, London, with annulet at cusps by crown, large H, I and P, 
oby. reads HIB Z ACQ, top arches not fleured, rev. without 
saltire after PoSvI, double saltire before MEV (cf. LAL 
No. 1/5; N.1225; S.1024). Very fine and full, very rare; 
ex Potter. 


540* Groat, London, similar, obv. reads HIB z AC, rev. double saltire 
after DEVM (cf. LAL No. 2; N.1225; $.1024). Very fine and 
very rare; ex Winstanley. 


541 Groat, London, similar, oby. reads HIBN Z ACQ, top arches fleured 
(LAL No. 4; N.1225; 8.1024). Very fine and very rare; ex 
Lawrence (545). 


542 Groats, London (2), both similar to last (LAL Nos. 5 and 6; 
N.1225; 8.1024). One pierced, other obverse scraped, other- 
wise fine, rare. 


543 Half-groat, London, with annulet at cusps by crown, large H, I 
and P, top arches fleured on oby., Lombardic N’s in LONDON 
on rev. (LAL Nos. 1-3; N.1226; $.1025). Smali, almost very 
fine, very rare; ex Potter. 


544 Half-groat, London, similar (LAL Nos. 1-3; N.1226; S.1025). 
Obverse weak from a rusty die, fine and very rare; ex 
Winstanley. 


545 Half-groat, London, similar (LAL Nos. 1-3; N.1226; S.1025). 
Piece missing and edge crack, fair only, rare; ex Lawrence 
(547). 


i) 


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546* Half-groat, London, similar with oby. double saltire after DNS 
(LAL Nos. 5-6; N.1226; $.1025). Very fine and very rare; 
ex Lawrence (546). 


547* Penny, London, with annulets (or pellets) in upper quarters of 
initial cross, Lombardic N’s both sides (LAL, p. 192: 
N.1227; S.1026). Very fine and very rare; ex Lawrence 
(548) and Winstanley. 


548* Penny, York, Archbishop Thoresby, with quatrefoil enclosing 
pellet m centre of rev. (LAL p. 192; N.1228; $.1027). 
Reverse double-struck, fine and very rare; ex Winstanley. 


549 Pence, York, Archbishop Thoresby, with quatrefoil enclosing 
pellet in centre of yev. (2) (LAL p. 192; N.1228; $.1027). 
Obverse fine, reverse corroded and fair, both rare. 


550* Penny, Durham, Bishop Hatfield, with crozier on rev., reads 
DORELME (LAL p. 192; N.1229; S.1028). One edge weak, 
otherwise very fine, very rare; ex Lockett (1310). 


551 Pence, Durham, Bishop Hatfield, with crozier on rev. (2), dies 
differ (LAL p. 192; N.1229; 8.1028). Both fair, rare. 


Treaty Series (1361-69) 


Group I; Obv. nothing before EDWARD, rev. A unbarred in 
ADIVTOREM (groat and half-groat), and CIVITAS 
(penny and halfpenny). 

Group II; Obv. annulet before EDWARD (groat and half-groat) 
and pellet before EDWARD (penny and halfpenny), 
rev. A barred in ADIVTOREM (groat and half-groat) 
and CIvITAS (penny and halfpenny). 


552 Groats, London, Group I with no mark before EDWARD and A 
unbarred in ADIVTORE, double saltire stops both sides (2), 
one with O of ADIVTORE cut over E (LAL (a); N.1247; 
S.1030). Almost extremely fine. 


553 Groats, London, Group I, double saltire stops both sides (6) 
(LAL (a); N.1247; S.1030). Three small, mostly fine. 


554 Groats, London, Group I, obv. double saltire stops, rev. single 
saltire stops (3), one without fleur on breast, reading AQ—T 
(LAL (b); N.1248; S.1030). Two very fine (one weak), 
other pierced and cracked. 


£70.00 


£62.00 


£28.00 


£15.00 


£40.00 


£23.00 


£70.09 


£36.00 


£64.00 


£65.00 


£18.00 


£28.00 


£25.00 


£50.00 


£50.00 


£66.00 


£72.00 


£30.00 


£38.00 


£48.00 


Lor 
555 


556 


Sa 


558 


D599 


560 


561 


562" 


563 


564 


565 


66 


Groats, London, Group I, oby. single annulet stops, rev. double 


saltire stops (6) (LAL (c); N.1249; S.1030). Two very fine, 
three fine, one poor. 


Groat, London, Group I, obv. single annulet stops, rev. double 
saltire stops, Roman N, reversely barred, in ANGL (LAL (c); 
N.1249; §.1030). Edge partly corroded and scratch across 
face, almost very fine and a very rare variety; ex Potter. 


Groats, London, Group I, obv. single annulet stops, rev. single 
saltire stops (3) (LAL (d); N.1250; S.1030). One very fine 
and full with edge crack, others almost very fine but one 
with edge broken away. 


Groat, London, Group I, oby. double annulet stops, rev. single 
saltire stops (LAL (e); N.1251; S.1030). Face double- 
struck, fine and rare; ex Potter. 


Groats, London, Group I, oby. double annulet stops, rev. double 
saltire stops (10), various (LAL (f); N.1252; $.1030). One 
very fine, others mostly fair or fine. 


Groats, London, Group I, obv. double annulet stops, rev. double 
saltire stops (10), various (LAL (f); N.1252; S.1030). One 
very fine, one pierced, others mostly fine. 


Groat, London, Group I, ody. double annulet stops, curule X, 
rev. double saltire stops (LAL (f), No. 33; N.1252; S.1030). 
Extremely fine, a rare variety; ex Potter. 


Groat, London, Group I, oby. double annulet stops, annulet on 
breast, rev. double saltire stops, pellet at tail of R in 
ADIVTOREM (LAL (g), No. 34; N.1253; S.1032). Almost 
extremely fine and a very rare variety; ex Potter. 


Contemporary forgeries (?) of London groats (2), listed and 
illustrated by Lawrence as Group I (h), same obv. die, one 
reads ADEVTOREM on rev. (LAL Nos. 35 and 36). One very 
fine, other nearly so, interesting. 


Groats, London, Group I/II, obv. Agr wide apart, double annulet 
stops, rev. A barred in ADIVTOREM, double saltire stops 
(4), one with pellet after V in ADIVTOREM (LAL (i); N.1255; 
S.1030). One very fine, others fine. 


Groats, London, Group I/II, obv. ager normal, double annulet 
stops, rev. A barred in ADIVTOREM (5), one reads ADIV- 
TOREVM (LAL (i); N.1255; $.1030). Mostly very fine. 


10 


10 


tO 


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Lot 


566 Groats, London, Group II/I, obv. annulet before Epwarp, double 
saltire stops, rev. A unbarred in ADIVTOREM (4—two with 
A’s uncertain), varieties include AIVTOREM and ADIV- 
TOREVM (LAL (j); N.1256; S.1031). Two fine, two very 


fine. 


567 Groats, London, Group II, obv. annulet before EDwaRD, double 
annulet stops, rev. A barred in ADIVTOREM, double saltire 
stops (6), varieties include AIVTOREM and ball-tailed R on 
rey. (2) (LAL (k); N.1257; S.1031). Three very fine, two 
fine, one fair. 


568 Groats, London, Group II, obv. annulet before EDWARD, rev. A 
barred in ADIVTOREM (6), varieties include unbarred N’s in 
LONDON and ball-tailed R on rev. (LAL (k); N.1257; 
S.1031). Four very fine, two fine. 


569 Groats, London, Group II, obv. annulet before EDWARD, rev. A 
barred in ADIVTOREM (6), ADIVTOREVM MEVM, AIVTOREM 
MEVM (N’s unbarred in LONDON) and ADITOREM (LAL (k); 
N.1257; S.1031). One very fine, others fine or better (one 
pierced). 


570* Groat, Calais, as London issues of Group I (g) with ody. annulet 
on breast, double annulet stops, rev. double saltire stops 
and ball-tailed R (N.1258; S.1033). Very fine and toned, 
rare; ex Potter. 


571 Groat, Calais, similar (LAL Group I (g); N.1258; S.1033). Very 
fine but small, rare; ex Winstanley. 


572 Groat, Calais, similar (LAL Group I(g); N.1258; S.1033). Fine 
and rare. 


573 Groat, Calais, similar (LAL Group I(g); N.1258; §S.1033). 
Cracke but fine, rare. 


574 Half-groats, London, Group I, obv. double annulet stops, rev. 
double saltire stops (5), one without fleur on breast (LAL 
(f); N.1259; S.1034). Three almost very fine, others fine 
(irregular). 


575 Half-groats, London, Group I, obv. double annulet stops, rev. 
double saltire stops (5) (LAL (f); N.1259; S.1034). Fine 
or better. 


£40.00 


£48.00 


£55.00 


£46.00 


£72.00 


£50.00 


£26.00 


£21.00 


£32.00 


£26.00 


£20.00 


£65.00 


£28.00 


£34.00 


£38.00 


£21.00 


£22.00 


£28.00 


£30.00 


£32.00 


Lor 
576 


68 


Half-groats, London, Group I, obv. double annulet stops, rev. 
double saltire stops (3), all read AlvTORE, one without fleur 
a breast (LAL (f); N.1259; $.1034). One very fine, others 

ne. 


577* Half-groat, London, Group I, oby. double annulet stops, rev. 


578 


S79 


580 


581 


582 


583 


584 


double saltire stops (LAL (f); N.1259; §.1034). Extremely 
fine and toned. ) 


Half-groat, London, Group I, oby. double annulet stops, annulet 
on breast, rev. double saltire stops, ball-tailed R (LAL (g): 
N.1260; S.1036). Very fine and full. 


Half-groat, London, Group I, similar, with annulet on breast 
(LAL (g); N.1260; S.1036). Almost very fine and a very 
rare variety; ex Winstanley. 


Half-groats, London, Group II/I, obv. annulet before EDWARD, 
double annulet stops, rev. A unbarred in ADIVTORE, double 
saltire stops (5), one reads DEV and MEVM. another DEV 
ADIVTOREM (LAL (j); N.1261; S.1035). Three very fine, 
two fair. 


Half-groat, London, Group II/I, similar to last coin, reading 
DEV ADIVTOREM (LAL (j); N.1261; §.1035). Better than 
very fine. 


Half-groats, London, Group II, oby. annulet before EDWARD, 
double annulet stops, large fleurs at cusps, rev. A barred 
in ADIVTORE and double saltire stops (5) (LAL (k); N.1262: 
S.1035). One very fine, others fine (one has been brooch- 
mounted). 


Half-groats, London, Group H, obv. annulet before EDWarD, 
small fleurs at cusps, rev. A barred in ADIVTORE (6) (LAL 
(k); N.1262; S.1035). Two very fine, two fine, two fair. 


Half-groat, Calais, similar to groat with oby. annulet on breast, 
double annulet stops, rev. double saltire stops and _ ball- 
tailed R (LAL Group I(g); N.1263; $.1037). Almost very 
fine but dented, very rare; ex Lawrence (558). 


Half-groat, Calais, similar with normal R on rev. (LAL Group 
I(g); N.1263; S.1037). Almost very fine, very rare; ex 
Winstanley. 


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69 
Ler 


586 Pence, London, Group I, oby. no mark before EDWARD, double 
annulet stops, rev. unbarred A in civiTas (3), two with 
saltire after LONDON (LAL (f); N.1264; $.1038). Two very 
fine, other fine. 


587 Pence, London, Group I, similar (2), both with saltire after 
LONDON (LAL (f); N.1263; S.1038). Both very fine. 


588 Pence, London, Group II, obv. pellet before EDWARD, rev. barred 
A in civiTas (7), four with annulet after LONDON (LAL (k); 
N.1264; $.1039). Mostly fine or very fine. 


589* Penny, Calais, Group I, obv. no mark before EDWARD, rev. un- 
barred A in VILLA (pellet after) (N.1266; $.1040). Very fine 
and round, very rare; ex Winstanley. 


590 Penny, York, Archbishop Thoresby, with quatrefoil in centre of 
rev., reads EDWARDVS DEI G REX AN (Treaty X, not legible), 
annulet stops, rev. extra pellet in civr and Aci quarters 
(LAL No. 1; N.1267; S.1043). Fair only, rare. 


591 Pence, York, Archbishop Thoresby, with quatrefoil in centre of 
rev. (9), all read EDWARDVS REX ANGLI, Treaty X with 
pellet stops (LAL Nos. 2-3; N.1268; $.1044). Fair to fine. 


592 Pence, York, Archbishop Thoresby, with quatrefoil in centre of 
rev. (8), similar, reading EDWARDVS REX ANGLI, Treaty X 
with pellet stops (LAL Nos. 2-3; N.1268; S.1044). Mostly 


fine. 


593 Pence, York, Archbishop Thoresby, with quatrefoil in centre of 
rev. (4), all with same oby. legend with voided quatrefoil 
on breast and before EDWARDVS (LAL Nos. 4-5; N.1269: 
S.1045). All fair. 


594 Pence, York, Archbishop Thoresby, with quatrefoil in centre of 
rev. (2), both with same obdv. legend, annulet before 
EDWARDVS (LAL No. 6; N.1270; $.1046). Fair and fine. 


595 Penny, York, Archbishop Thoresby, with quatrefoil in centre of 
rey., legend as on London pence, EDWARD ANGL [R DNS] 
HyB, double annulet stops, rev. EBOR/ACI (LAL No. 7; 
N.1271; S.1047). Fair. 


£26.00 


£17.00 


£42.00 


£54.00 


£11.00 


£30.00 


£38.00 


£15.00 


£16.00 


£5.00 


£13.00 


£13.00 


£7.00 


£30.00 


£42.00 


£21.00 


£11.00 


£26.00 


£42.00 


70 
Lor 


596 Pence, York, Archbishop Thoresby, with quatrefoil in centre of 
rey, (2), one reading EDWARDVS REX ANGLI, Treaty X and 
Roman N, pellet stops, other with double annulet after 
ANGLI (Lombardic N) and civiras (LAL Nos. 2 and —/8; 
N.1268; S.1044). Fine and fair. 


597 Pence, Durham, Bishop Hatfield, with crozier (to left) on rev. 
(4), all read EDWARDVS REX ANGLI, Treaty X and Roman N 
(reversely barred), annulet (or pellet?) stops, rev. DVREME 
(LAL No. 1; N.1272; S.1042). One fine, others fair only. 


598 Pence, Durham, Bishop Hatfield, with crozier (to left) on rev. 
(2), both with pellet before DVREME (LAL No. 2; N.1272; 
S.1042). Both fair (one full but corroded). 


599 Pence, Durham, Bishop Hatfield, with crozier (to right) on rev. 
(2), one with no stops and N unbarred on obv., other with 
pellet before DVREME (cf. LAL Nos. 1 and 2; N.1272; 
S.1042). Both very fine (one weak). 


600* Penny, Durham, Bishop Hatfield?, without crozier on rev., reads 
DVNELMIS (LAL No. 6; N.1273; S.1041). Off-centre but 
very fine and of neat work; ex Winstanley. 


601* Halfpenny, London, Group I, obvy. EDWARDVS REX AN, Treaty X 
and double pellet stops, rev. round N’s, pellet after LONDON 
(LAL (f); N.1274; S.1048). Very fine; ex Winstanley. 


602 Halfpence, London (2), Group I, similar to last but pellet in N 
of DoN, Group II/I (?) perhaps with annulet stops on oby. 
and unbarred A on rev. (LAL Nos. 2 and 5?; N.1274 and 
1275?; S.1048 and 1049?). First very fine but almost in 
two pieces, second fair. 


603 Halfpenny, London, Group I/II, obv. wedge? before EDwarRDvs, 
pellet at upper left corner of A and another in N of An, 
rev. barred A in ClIviITAs, annulet after Lo (pellet) NDoN 
(LAL No. 6; N.1275; S.1048). One edge weak, otherwise 
very fine; ex Lawrence (552). 


604 Halfpenny, London, Group II, obv. pellet before EDWARDvs, 
annulet stops, rev. barred A in CIviTAs, annulet after 
LONDON (LAL No. 7; N.1275; S.1049). Almost extremely 


fine (dirty). 


Lor 
605 


606* 


607 


608 


609 


610* 


611 


612 


613 


Tt 


Farthing, London, obv. EDWARDVS REX, pellet stop, rev. CIVITAS 
LONDON, horizontal-barred N’s (LAL Nos. 1-3; N.1276:; 
S.1050). Corroded and chipped, fine and very rare; ex 
Lawrence (1145). 


Farthing, London, similar but no stop on oby. (LAL No. 4/1-3; 
N.1276; S.1050). Obverse double-struck (5 o'clock) but 
very fine and full, very rare; ex Lawrence (1145). 


Farthing, London, similar to last but N’s unbarred (LAL No. 4; 
N.1276; S.1050). Small crack and chip, almost very fine, 
very rare; ex Winstanley. 


Treaty/Post-Treaty mules 


Groat, London, obyv. Treaty die without annulet before EDWARD, 
double annulet stops, rev. Post-Treaty lettering, initial cross 
replaced by saltire, double pellet after posv1, saltire before 
CIVITAS (LAL No. 1). Fine and very rare; ex Lawrence 
(1148). 


Groat, London, obv. same die as last, rev. saltire stops (double 
and single), saltire before CIvITAS, reads AD/IVTOREM (LAL 
No. 1/—). Small, fine, very rare; ex Potter. 


Groat, London, ody. annulet before EDWARD, double saltire stops, 
rey. pellet stops (double after DEvM), chevron-barred A in 
CIVITAS, Saltire after LONDON (LAL No. 2). Very fine and 
very rare; ex Lawrence (559) and Winstanley. 


Groat, London, obv. a similar die to last, rev. similar but double 
pellets after DEvM and before MEyM, chevron-barred A in 
CIVITAS, Saltire before and after LONDON (LAL No. 2/—). 
Small and obverse scored, better than fine, very rare; ex 
Potter. 


Half-groats, London, with oby. Treaty die with annulet before 
EDWARD (2), one with oby. double annulet stops, rev. initial 
cross replaced by saltire and saltire before LONDON, other 
with obv. double saltire stops, rev. normal (LAL Nos. 1 
and 4). Both with obverse fair, reverse fine (second small), 
both very rare. 


Half-groat, London, obv. similar die to first coin in last lot, rev. 
reads DEV (LAL No. 2/—). Almost very fine, very rare. 


£44.00 


£105.00 


£38.00 


£80.00 


£65.00 


£160.00 


£85.00 


£34.00 


£50.00 


£85.00 


£80.00 


£110.00 


£55.00 


£24.00 


£48.00 


£32.00 


£145.00 


£75.00 


£44.00 


Lor 
614 


615 


616* 


617 


618 


G19* 


620 


621* 


622 


623 


72 


Half-groat, London, oby. a similar die to last, rev. reads DEVM 
(LAL No. 2/4). Very fine and full, very rare. 


Half-groat, London, oby. annulet before EDwARD, double saltire 
stops, rev. initial cross replaced by saltire and saltire before 
LONDON (LAL No. 3/1). Very fine and very rare. 


Half-groat, London, oby. same die as last, rev. same die as lot 
614 (LAL No. 4). Almost extremely fine, very rare; ex 
Potter. 


Half-groat, London, same dies as last (LAL No. 4). Obverse 
double-struck, almost very fine, very rare; ex Winstanley. 


Penny, London, oby. Treaty die with pellet before EDWARD, rev. 
Roman N’s, reversely barred (LAL No. 1). Three edge 
cracks, almost very fine, very rare; ex Winstanley. 


Penny, London, ody. a similar die, rev. Roman N’s, reversely 
barred and chevron-barred A (LAL No. 2). Very fine and 
very rare; ex Lockett (1307). 


Penny, London, ody. another similar die, rev. unbarred A in 
CIVITAS, Saltire before civiras and pellet before LONDON 
(LAL No. 3). Obverse scratched, almost very fine, very 
rare; ex Lawrence (1144). 


Post-Treaty Period (1369-77) 


Groat, London, obv. initial cross with four pellets around, chain- 
mail on breast, reads HIB F A, rey. saltire stops (mixed), 
saltire before and after LONDON (LAL No. 3; N.1284; 
S.1053). A little smooth and small, very fine and extremely 
rare; ex Winstanley. 


Groat, London, oby. same die as last, rev. a similar die to last 
(LAL No. 3; N.1284; 8.1053). Obverse scratched, almost 
very fine, extremely rare; ex Potter. 


Groat, London, oby. initial cross with four pellets around and 
chain-mail on breast but reads HIB F AQ, rev. double saltire 
after ADIVTOREM cut over E, saltire after LON and DON 
(LAL No. 6/2; N.1284; S.1053). Urregular and plugged at 
top, fine with clear bust, extremely rare. 


Lor 
624. 


625 


626 


627 


628 


629 


630 


631 


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Groat, London, oby. initial cross with four pellets around, chain- 
mail on breast, reads HIB (Aquitaine title omitted), rev. 
saltire stops (LAL No. 7/—; N.1285; S.1053). Almost very 
fine, extremely rare; ex Potter. 


Groat, London, same dies as last (LAL No. 7/—; N.1285; 
S.1053). Fine and extremely rare; ex Lockett (1314). 


Groat, London, oby. same die as last two coins, rev. double saltire 
before A/DIVTOR/EM, Saltire before CIVITAS and LONDON 
(LAL No. 9/—; N.1285; S.1053). Very fine and extremely 
rare; ex Lockett (1313). 


Groat, London, oby. initial cross plain but pellet either side of 
the central lis of crown, reads FRANC (saltire after), rev. 
double pellet after PosvI, saltire stops and before CIVITAS, 
same die as lot 608, Treaty/Post-Treaty mule (LAL No. 
10; N.1286; S.1051). Edge crack, almost very fine; rare; ex 
Lawrence (1150). 


Groats, London, with ody. same die as last (2), both with double 
saltire before and after A/DIvrorR/EM on rev., one with 
saltire before CIVITAS and LONDON, other with saltire after 
LONDON (LAL Nos. 10/— and 11; N.1286; $.1051). Almost 
very fine, rare. 


Groats, London, with obv. similar dies to last (2), both with rev. 
saltire before and after LONDON, MEVM and MEV (N.1286; 
S.1051). First with large piercing, otherwise very fine, 
second worn, both rare. 


Groats, London, with obv. pellet either side of the central fleur 
of crown, reading FRANC, without saltire after (2, same die), 
rey. one with saltire before CIlvITAS and LONDON, other with 
saltire after CIVITAS and LONDON (N.1286; S.1051). Almost 
very fine, rare. 


Groats, London, from same obv. die as last two coins (2), rev. 
one with saltire before and after LONDON, other with saltire 
before cIviTaAS and LONDON (N.1286; S.1051). Very fine 
and nearly very fine (small), both rare. 


Groats, London, with obv. pellet either side of the central fleur 
of crown, reading FRANCIE, without double saltire after (3, 
same die), rev. all with saltire before and after LONDON, one 
also with saltire before civiTas (N.1286; $.1051). One very 
fine, others fine (one small, one scratched on obverse), rare. 


1S) 


£110.00 


£62.00 


£200.00 


£20.00 


£38.00 


£18.00 


£38.00 


£50.00 


£44.00 


£28.00 


£38.00 


£13.00 


£40.00 


£36.00 


£210.00 


£78.00 


£25.00 


£40.00 


£21.00 


Lor 
633 


634 


635 


636 


637 


74 


Groats, London, with oby. pellet either side of the central fleur 
of crown, reading FRANCIE, without double saltire after (2, 
same die), rev. one with saltire before and after LONDON, 
Other with saltire before civiras and LONDON (N.1286; 
S.1051). Fine and very fine (small), rare. 


Groats, London, from same obv. die as last two coins (2), rev. 
one with saltire before and after LONDON, other with saltire 
before civiTas and LONDON (N.1286; S.1051). First very 
fine but rather small, second almost very fine, rare. 


Groat, London, oby. a similar die to last, rev. saltire before and 
after LONDON (N.1286; S.1051). Small but fine. 


Groats, London, with oby. pellet above central fleur of crown and 
either side of the fleur on breast (2, same die), rev. both 
with saltire before crviras and LONDON (N.1286; S.1051). 
Both small, almost very fine and very rare. 


Groats, London, from same obv. die as last two coins (2, same 
die), rev. one with saltire before and after LONDON. other 
with saltire before civiTAS and LONDON (N.1286; S.1051). 
Both fine and very rare. 


638* Groat, London, oby. chain-mail on breast, reads FRANCIE, rev. 


639 


640 


641 


642 


saltire before clvi1TAS and LONDON (LAL No. 28; N.1286: 
S.1052). Very fine and very rare; ex Winstanley. 


Groat, London, oby. same die as last (chain-mail just visible), 
rev. a similar die to last (LAL No. 28; N.1286; S.1052). 
Almost very fine but rather small, very rare; ex Winstanley. 


Groat, London, oby. same die as last two coins (chain-mail not 
visible), rev. another similar die (LAL No. 28; N.1286: 
S.1052). Fine (rusty obverse die), rare; ex Potter. 


Groats, London, with obv. reading FRANC, no special marks (3. 
two same die), rev. with saltire before CIlvITAS and LONDON 
(2, same die) and with double saltire before civiras, single 
before LONDON (N.1286; S.1051). Fine or better, rare. 


Groat, London, with oby. reading FRANC and tall central fleur to 
crown, rev. saltire before CIvITAS and LONDON (N.1286: 
§.1051). Irregular, fine and rare; ex Potter. 


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643 Groat, London, oby. reading FRANC (saltire after), no special 
marks, rev. saltire before and after LONDON (N.1286; 
S.1051). Very fine and rare; ex Potter. 


644 Groats, London, similar (2), one same dies as last. other obv. 
similar, rev. saltire before CIvITAS and LONDON (N.1286; 
S.1051). Very fine and fine, rare. 


645 Groats, London, with obv. reading FRANC, saltire after (2, same 
die), rev. one with saltire before and after LONDON, other 
with saltire before CIVITAS and LONDON (N.1286; S.1051). 
Very fine and nearly very fine (both small), rare. 


646* Half-groat, London, with oby. pellet either side of central fleur 
of crown, chain-mail on right breast, reads ANGL F FR, rev. 
pellet before civiras and before and after LONDON (LAL 
No. 2; N.1287; S.1055). Very fine and round, extremely 
rare; ex Winstanley. 


647 Half-groat, London, same dies as last (LAL No. 2; N.1287; 
S.1055). A little irregular, very fine and extremely rare; ex 
Lockett (1315). 


648 Half-groat, London, same dies as last (LAL No. 2; N.1287; 
S.1055). Fine but cracked, extremely rare; ex Potter. 


649 Half-groat, London, oby. same die as last three coins, rev. saltire 
after LONDON (LAL No. 4; N.1287; S.1055). Very fine and 
extremely rare; ex Lawrence (1152). 


650 Half-groats, London, with obv. pellet either side of central fleur 
of crown, reading FRANC, Saltire after (2, same die), rev. 
both with saltire before and after LONDON (N.1288; 8.1054). 
Fine or better, rare. 


651 Half-groats, London, with ody. pellet either side of central fleur 
of crown, reading FRANC, saltire after (2, same die), rev. 
one with pellet before civiTAS and LONDON, other with 
saltire after civITAS (N.1288; S.1054). Almost very fine and 
fair, both small, rare. 


652 Half-groats, London, with oby. reading EDWARDVS and FRANC, 
saltire after (2, same die), rev. both with pellet before 
CIVITAS and LONDON (cf. N.1289; S.1054). Both very fine 
and rare. 


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£44.00 


£44.00 


£38.00 


£150.00 


£110.00 


£28.00 


£36.00 


£65.00 


£24.00 


£28.00 


£42.00 


£32.00 


£50.00 


£30.00 


£32.00 


£16.00 


£17.00 


£30.00 


Lor 
653 


654 


655 


656 


657 


658 


659 


660 


661 


76 


Half-groats, London (2), same dies as last lot (cf. N.1289; S.1054). 
Almost very fine (small) and fine but obverse corroded, 
rare, 


Half-groats, London, with same oby. die as last two lots (2), rev. 
both with saltire before and after LONDON, dies differ (cf. 
N.1289; S.1054). Almost very fine, rare. 


Half-groats, London, with oby. reading EDWARD and FRANC, 
saltire after (5), rev. various (N.1289; $.1054). Two almost 
very fine, two fair and one with piece missing, rare. 


Half-groat, London, with oby. reading EDWARD and FRANCIE, rev. 
pellet before and after LONDON (LAL No. 18; N.1289; 
8.1054). Almost very fine, rare. 


Half-groats, London, with obv. narrow bust (Richard I), reading 
FRAC (2, same die), rev. both with pellet before civiras and 
LONDON, dies differ (N.1290; S.1054). Both very fine and 
rare. 


Half-groats, London, with obv. same die as last lot (2), both with 
no marks (N.1290; S.1054). Both fine and rare. 


Half-groats, London, with oby. narrow bust (Richard II), reading 
FRANC (2, same die), rev. one with pellet before civiTas 
and LONDON, other with horizontal-barred N in LON 
(N.1290; S.1054). Fine or better, rare. 


Pence, London (2), reading FRANC with pellet on breast and 
reading ANGL F FR with nothing on breast, rev. saltire before 
civiras (LAL Nos. 1 and 3; N.1291; 8.1057). Fine or 


better, rare. 


Penny, London, with ody. reading ANGL F FR with nothing on 
breast, rev. initial cross before civiras, pellet before 
LONDON (LAL No. 3/—; N.1291; S.1057). Full but creased, 
almost very fine, rare. 


662* Penny, London, oby. reads ANGLIE with cross on breast, rev. 


saltire before civITAs (LAL No. 4; $.1292; S.1058). Almost 
extremely fine, rare. 


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663 Pence, London, with oby. reading ANGLIE and annulet on breast 
(2), rev. with extra pellet in LON quarter and saltire before 
ClviTas and with four tiny pellets in the angles of the cross 
(LAL cf. Nos. 7/— and 7/5; N.1292; S.1057). Fine and 
very fine, rare. 


664 Pence, London, with oby. reading ANGLIE with voided quatrefoil 
on breast, rev. saltire before civiras (3), plain before 
LONDON (1), pellet before LONDON (1), and four tiny pellets 
in the angles of the cross (1) (see LAL Nos. 12-17; N.1292; 
S.1058). Second almost extremely fine, others fair to fine 
(both small). 


665 Pence, York, Archbishop Thoresby, with quatrefoil in centre of 
rev. (3), ANGL F ER with double annulet stops (2) and FRANC, 
rev. Saltire after EBORACI (LAL Nos. 1 and 7; N.1293; 
S.1062). Almost very fine and fair (2). 


666* Penny, York, Archbishop Thoresby, with quatrefoil in centre of 
rey., initial cross with pellet in each angle, reads ANGLIE, 
rev. saltire before cilviTraAS and EBoRACI (LAL No. 5; 
N.1295; S.1062). Fine. 


667 Pence, York, Archbishop Thoresby, with quatrefoil in centre of 
rey. (5), all read ANGLIE, nothing on breast (2), annulet on 
breast (2) and cross on breast (1) (N.1295; S.1062 and 
1064-5). Fair to fine. 


668 Pence, York, Archbishop Thoresby, with quatrefoil in centre of 
rev. (2), both read ANGLIE, one with lis on breast, other 
with cross (or lis?) on breast (N.1295; S.1063 (and 10657) ). 
Very fine and fine. 


669 Pence, York, Archbishop Thoresby, with quatrefoil in centre of 
rev. (3), reading ANGLIE ET, ANGLI and ANG (LAL Nos. 11, 
15 and —; N.1295; S.1062). All fine. 


670 Pence, Durham, Bishop Hatfield, with crozier (to left) on rev., 
reading DVNOLM (2), with nothing on breast and lis on 
breast (N.1297; $.1259 and 1261). Fair and fine, second 
rare. 


671 Miscellaneous silver coins (14), mostly Edward III. Jn too poor 
condition to identify. 


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14 


£26.00 


£32.00 


£15.00 


£16.00 


£19.00 


£26.00 


£22.00 


£20.00 


£8.00 


£55.00 


£480.00 


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Richard II 


672 Groat, London, early bust with straight lettering, reads FRANCIE 


(N.1320; $.1091). Small and obverse slightly double-struck, 
otherwise very fine, rare; ex Lawrence (1156). 


CABINETS 


673 Four matching mahogany cabinets, with ebony beading, by W. 


Roberts (signed inside the top), each 104in. high, 103in. 
wide, 104in. deep, with double doors, lock and key, flush 
handles at sides, each containing 20 trays with an aggregate 
total of 1,776 finger-pierced, felt-lined holes, as follows : — 
1 tray with 49 holes 14in. diameter, 11 trays with 36 holes 
14in. diameter, 10 trays with 25 holes 1 5/16in. diameter. 
10 trays with 25 holes 13in. diameter, 17 trays with 25 holes 
13in. diameter, 20 trays with 16 holes 13in. diameter, 3 
trays with 16 holes 2in. diameter, 8 trays with 16 holes 
24in. diameter. Jn extremely good condition and very 
attractive, most unusual as a matched four. 


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